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There are concerns that hydrofracturing, the controversial drilling technique that is used on the majority of new natural gas…


City officials in San Bruno, Calif., site of a massive natural gas explosion in September 2010 that killed eight people and…


Natural gas from shale formations might not be as easy and inexpensive to extract as natural gas companies are saying, according…


With the natural gas industry facing new regulations on multiple fronts, three natural gas trade association spent a combined…


A controlled test of the chemical-laced fluids used in natural gas drilling killed most of the vegetation and trees in the test…


The California utility whose pipeline exploded in 2010 in San Bruno, killing eight people, is under fire for sending unreliable…


Arlington, Va., County Police and Fire are investigating a natural gas explosion at an apartment building for seniors, according…


Conclusions about the safety of hydrofracturing have been overstated, according to a former Environmental Protection Agency…


A recent study by Duke University demonstrates a link between methane contamination of drinking water wells and their proximity…


The Hill reported this morning on a groundbreaking report from Cornell University researchers confirming that shale gas…