Beyond having the second biggest on-land pipeline spill in U.S. history, the county in which the ExxonMobil Pegasus tar sands pipeline sits has also been ravaged by fracking.
Energy investor Bill Powers posits a looming shale gas bubble could lead to a domestic gas crisis akin to the one faced in the 1970's. We discuss these issues and far more in the interview below.
Land rife with "frac sand," a resource necessary for hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) is in the crosshairs of an industry prepared to turn Iowa into the "New Saudi Arabia for Frac Sand."
ExxonMobil's Pegasus tar sands pipeline spill dumped over 500,000 gallons of toxic crude into a small Arkansas town. Now an independent study confirms it's poisoning the town's air.
Around 300,000 gallons of tar sands spilled onto the streets of Mayflower, Arkansas, last month after an oil spill. Could we something worse with the Keystone XL pipeline?
ExxonMobil is overseeing the FAA no fly zone in Mayflower, Arkansas, the site of a recent major ExxonMobil Pegasus tar sands pipeline spill. Sound suspicious?
How much can we trust the contractor who did the Keystone XL environmental impact statement? Look no further than ERM Group's green light of the Caspian Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) Pipeline.
A new report says we could be witnessing the second-coming of a "gold rush" when it comes to fracking.
Flying in the face of the slew of scientific studies on the harms of the Keystone pipeline, the State Department determined that laying down the pipeline is environmentally sound.
In a roll call vote of 95-40, the New York State Assembly has passed a two-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing ("fracking").
Two reports released on Tuesday conclude that the hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") boom could lead to an economic crisis as big as the burst housing bubble of 2008.
So far this year, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Arizona have all introduced similar legislative efforts to "balance" the teaching of climate science in schools. What makes them so similar?
Political campaigns are seen as a marketing opportunity for public relations and political consulting firms, a major space via which they can achieve profit margins.
How did the left get steam-rolled so badly in Wisconsin's recall election?