ETP’s announcement marks a significant development in the long battle over the project that will move North Dakota oil 2000 miles.
Soaring costs of aging nuclear plants have speeded up the closings of a handful of U.S. plants and are threatening at least a dozen more
Industry officials complain Pennsylvania's environmental agency is taking too long to process drilling permit applications
Alaska’s governor says the owner of an underwater pipeline leaking natural gas will temporarily reduce amount of gas that feeds into line
What is it like to have an ethane cracker as your neighbor?
A far-reaching executive order Tuesday would promote domestic oil, coal and natural gas by reversing much of his predecessor’s efforts.
Bob Inglis is hoping for a moon shot moment — a conservative movement to fight climate change through a carbon tax.
The decision caps the long scientific and political fight over a project that became a proxy battle in the war over global warming.
As Virginia and its public utilities cope with coal ash lying along state waterways, more of the industrial byproduct is being imported
A company is facing opposition as it seeks one of the final pieces of approval needed to carry wind power from the heartland to the east
New York officials call on Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo to halt tax subsidy program that would allow three aging nuclear plants to stay
Report says the number of coal-fired power plants being built worldwide is plunging, raising the possibility global climate goals can be
Activists who want to derail the Keystone XL pipeline are mobilizing to make their case to a commission that will decide the project's fate
New Jersey's Democratic U.S. senators have written regulators with concerns over a proposed pipeline to carry natural gas from Pennsylvania
Two international bodies say world must shift energy production away from fossil fuels to prevent dangerous increase in global temperatures
Appeals court refuses request from American Indian tribes for “emergency” order to prevent oil from flowing through Dakota Access pipeline
A gallon of regular cost $2.52 as of Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s survey of more than 700 gas stations in the Pittsburgh region.
Employed by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, inspectors are the public’s eyes and ears at nuclear power plants across the country.
The Republican governor’s announcement gives a strong boost to legislation to ban the drilling process known as fracking.
The Cranberry-based nuclear company made the announcement days after confirming that it brought in a turnaround specialist.
Meanwhile, a federal appeals court could decide this weekend on a tribal request to stop oil from flowing through the pipeline next week.
One group questions why the state isn’t jumping at an offer from Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, a company worth billions of dollars
Trump administration to roll back Obama administration rule requiring companies that drill on federal lands to disclose fracking chemicals
A partnership forged last year between Pittsburgh and Indian researchers is beginning to bear fruit in Homewood.
Moving against Obama-era environmental rules, Trump is set to announce plans to re-examine regulations on fuel efficiency.
The Cranberry-based nuclear company may be sold or it may file for bankruptcy, according to its Japanese parent, Toshiba.
Tillerson sent messages from the account to discuss the risks posed by climate change, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.
The discovery of a huge natural gas deposit in Egyptian waters has boosted hopes of other such finds in the eastern Mediterranean.
The state plans to pursue $8.6 million from Aquion Energy, a once-promising battery-maker that filed for bankruptcy last week.
A two-day Pennsylvania Environmental Council conference asks how the commonwealth can retain energy leadership in a low-carbon future.
Average gas pump prices in the Pittsburgh region sit around $2.52 a gallon Monday morning, weighed down by falling oil prices.
The decision is needed so the Japanese conglomerate can compile audited third-quarter earnings without further delays, official said.
Hoping to boost sales, the Pittsburgh-based power utility will for the first time publicly embrace electric vehicles in the area.
The Trump Organization also received a total of about $40,000 in smaller incentive payments for energy-saving projects in 2011.
The plan is similar to Obama’s five-year proposal to lease 66 million acres in the Gulf’s Western, Central and Eastern areas.
A New Jersey company is looking to build a large natural gas power plant on the site of the old Hatfield’s Ferry coal power station.
The case has drawn the attention of business groups, environmentalists and local governments from across the state.
The Pittsburgh battery-maker, said it wants to find a buyer of all of its assets “in the coming weeks.”
Exxon said Monday the work would create 12,000 permanent jobs and 35,000 construction jobs.
Pittsburgh prices have remained mostly stagnant, but analysts are expecting a significant springtime bump.
The Benghazi Defense Brigades, a militia that’s not allied to the government in Tripoli, took control of the Es Sider terminal.
FirstEnergy doesn’t want the Beaver Valley nuclear power plant, but whether anyone else will is up to state lawmakers, the company believes.
Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and eight other states had questioned the reporting request as overly burdensome.
The proposed permits for new shale wells and other facilities are part of a plan to cut emissions from natural gas operations.
Rover, the pipeline’s builder, reaches an accord over sacred land, but will still need to get federal approval for rerouted line.
Eight miners were killed in a methane gas explosion in a coal mine in western Ukraine's Lviv region on Thursday.
The Hare Krishna community outside Moundsville, W.Va., has filed a federal lawsuit challenging an eminent domain action.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn and the leading U.S. biofuel trade group provided a deal to the Trump administration for revamping the
Court refuses to rehear case of former Massey CEO Don Blankenship in connection with the deadliest U.S. mine disaster in four decades
New Jersey environmental regulators have approved a plan to run a natural gas pipeline through a federally protected forest preserve