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The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that environmental concerns must be resolved if the United States and other countries…


Testing by a scientist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) indicates that natural gas drilling might…


National Public Radio (NPR) this week is taking a close look at the natural gas industry and its drilling practices with a…


Companies operating natural gas pipelines in the United States have recently been the targets of a major cyber attack, according…


U.S. energy officials recently warned that unrest in the Middle East nation of Yemen poses a threat to the natural gas supply in…


The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) last week published a recap of northeastern states mandating low sulfur heating…


Cheniere Energy Inc. has received federal approval to build the largest U.S. natural-gas export terminal so that producers can…


An editorial in the Philadelphia Daily News criticizes the gas industry and its allies in Pennsylvania's state government for…


Shale oil from Texas, North Dakota and Ohio may rescue some East Coast refiners from the brink of oblivion, by providing…


U.S. oil production is on the rise, largely due to increases in "tight" oil extracted from shale and other rock formations,…