The North Texas Clean Air Steering Committee voted down two resolutions Thursday that would have given the state environmental agency recommendations on reducing emissions in a nine-county North Texas region that doesn't meet federal ozone standards.

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Statement from Range Resources:

  • “Based on our findings to date, it’s very clear that our activities have not had any impact on the water aquifer in southern Parker County or the subject water wells...

AUSTIN—The Railroad Commission of Texas has been notified that the Environmental Protection Agency is issuing an Endangerment Order for southern Parker County even though the Commission’s investigation is actively ongoing,

and Commission staff have made no conclusions about possible sources of natural gas and hydrocarbons found in a water well.

Additionally, no...

As Sergio Marchionne brings Fiat back to the United States after nearly three decades, he might add another Italian specialty: the natural-gas engine.

Marchionne, the CEO of Fiat and Chrysler Group, says natural-gas engines offer a better way to reduce emissions because they’re cheaper than competing technologies. He also argues that electric cars, which General...

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality plans to give the University of Texas at Arlington $1.2 million next year to purchase and operate four air-quality monitors near natural-gas drilling sites in the Barnett Shale, officials announced Friday. 

The planned partnership is in response to public-health concerns about possible pollution coming from natural gas drilling...

Previously scheduled to debate Josh Fox on the Huffington Post website later this month, Energy In Depth (EID) was disappointed to learn this week Fox abruptly decided to pull-out – “due to his schedule,”

the organizers told us ...

IN the sparsely populated pastures of De Soto Parish in Louisiana, the ability to extract gas from shale — which can involve a process known as fracking — has been welcomed as an economic windfall. Some residents call it a gift from God. But 1,400 miles to the north .... read about it in the New York...

Total natural gas production in North Texas' Barnett Shale has passed a milestone level of 8 trillion cubic feet, the Star-Telegram's Jack Z. Smith reports.

The Environmental Defense Fund and some natural gas producers are collaborating to define best practices in hydraulic fracturing, the Houston Chronicle reports. The EDF's senior policy advisor, Scott Anderson, speaks about fracing and the critical importance of well construction on...

In January, the documentary GasLand won a special jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival. The documentary attacked the process of “fracking,” which involves pumping a...

As part of ongoing statewide educational efforts, several non-profit and trade associations have come together to provide factual information about oil and gas operations to the public, local leaders, and elected officials. ...

History records July 11, 2008 as the date on which the price for a barrel of oil peaked at an all-time high of $147.27, but at the time, no one knew quite how high it would ultimately go. What we did know was this: The American people were angry, had plenty of questions, and wanted real, straightforward answers.

TCU Energy Institute receives a 2010 Honda Civic GX  the Frogmobile  that is solely powered by natural gas.

Since its release on July 12, 2010, several questions have been asked about the “Ambient Air Quality Study."

1) How much did the study cost? Where did the funding come from?

The study cost approximately $350,000 and it was paid for by the members of the Barnett Shale Energy Education Council, comprised of energy producers, pipeline companies and related energy vendors not only...

Star Telegram reports that without its natural gas windfall Arlington would have had to put the brakes on commuter service to downtown Fort Worth.