EPA seeking input before finalizing Texas rules

DALLAS — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it wants input from industries and the public before finalizing regulations on greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental groups and others are expected to speak at an EPA hearing in Dallas on F…  More »

EPA seeking input before finalizing Texas rules

DALLAS — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it wants input from industries and the public before finalizing regulations on greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental groups and others are expected to speak at an EPA hearing in Dallas on F…  More »

China sets goals to reduce emissions of pollutants

BEIJING — China said Friday it would cut emissions this year by rejecting construction projects that pollute too much and developing new technologies that curb greenhouse gases.  More »

China sets goals to reduce emissions of pollutants

BEIJING — China said Friday it would cut emissions this year by rejecting construction projects that pollute too much and developing new technologies that curb greenhouse gases.  More »

China sets goals to reduce emissions of pollutants

BEIJING — China said Friday it would cut emissions this year by rejecting construction projects that pollute too much and developing new technologies that curb greenhouse gases.  More »

Asian shares mixed after weak US jobs data

BANGKOK — Asian stock markets closed out the week in sluggish mode Friday following weakness on Wall Street and a disappointing U.S labor report. Oil prices fell to near $91 a barrel as traders mulled whether demand in a slowly recovering U.S. ec…  More »

Asian shares mixed after weak US jobs data

BANGKOK — Asian stock markets closed out the week in sluggish mode Friday following weakness on Wall Street and a disappointing U.S labor report. Oil prices fell to near $91 a barrel as traders mulled whether demand in a slowly recovering U.S. ec…  More »

Asian shares mixed after weak US jobs data

BANGKOK — Asian stock markets closed out the week in sluggish mode Friday following weakness on Wall Street and a disappointing U.S labor report. Oil prices fell to near $91 a barrel as traders mulled whether demand in a slowly recovering U.S. ec…  More »

Asian shares mixed after weak US jobs data

BANGKOK — Asian stock markets closed out the week in sluggish mode Friday following weakness on Wall Street and a disappointing U.S labor report. Oil prices fell to near $91 a barrel as traders mulled whether demand in a slowly recovering U.S. ec…  More »

Judge refuses to order action on drilling permits

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge refused Thursday to order government regulators to speed up processing deepwater drilling permit applications now that they have lifted a moratorium imposed after the massive Gulf oil spill.  More »

Judge refuses to order action on drilling permits

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge refused Thursday to order government regulators to speed up processing deepwater drilling permit applications now that they have lifted a moratorium imposed after the massive Gulf oil spill.  More »

Judge refuses to order action on drilling permits

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge refused Thursday to order government regulators to speed up processing deepwater drilling permit applications now that they have lifted a moratorium imposed after the massive Gulf oil spill.  More »

Judge refuses to order action on drilling permits

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge refused Thursday to order government regulators to speed up processing deepwater drilling permit applications now that they have lifted a moratorium imposed after the massive Gulf oil spill.  More »

Judge refuses to order action on drilling permits

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge refused Thursday to order government regulators to speed up processing deepwater drilling permit applications now that they have lifted a moratorium imposed after the massive Gulf oil spill.  More »

Judge refuses to order action on drilling permits

In response to Ensco Offshore’s request that the government speed up permit approval after the Gulf drilling ban, a judge says it’s unclear if the Interior Department must approve or reject permit applications within a specific time frame.  More »