A drilling rig operates in northern Garfield County in this November 2014 file photo. (Billy Hefton / Enid News & Eagle)
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OKLAHOMA CITY — Heavily funded, out-of-state activists are threatening Oklahoma’s oil and gas resources and vast pipeline network, a consumer energy group warned in a recent report.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Groups of Oklahomans who are worried about the future of the state’s water went to the capitol Wednesday to encourage a change…
Monticello will be the nation’s 259th coal plant to retire or announce retirement since 2010, “meaning the U.S. is just three plants away from retiring or announcing to retire, half of the coal plants that were operating just seven years ago,” according to a Sierra Club statement.
ExxonMobil acknowledged Tuesday that Hurricane Harvey damaged two of its refineries, causing the release of hazardous pollutants.
WASHINGTON - On the eve of a Senate confirmation hearing, environmental groups are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on ads opposing Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt as the next head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
If citizens have heard anything about the upheaval in the U.S. coal industry, it is probably the insistence that President Obama and the EPA have waged a “war on coal.” This phrase is written into President-elect Donald Trump’s energy platform, which promises to “end the war on coal.”