The New York attorney general’s office is trying to use a whistleblower defense to keep emails between their office and a third-party attorney sealed and out of public view, despite the person at issue’s active efforts to persuade governments across the country to sue large energy producers.
A conservative candidate unseated the New Democratic Party premier of Alberta Tuesday, the first time a challenger has done so to a first-term Albertan premier.
The Treasury and State Departments have failed to respond to open records requests seeking “certain correspondence and related records discussing Russian funding of environmental pressure groups’ advocacy in the United States,” according to lawsuits filed today against Treasury and Monday against State.
A senior Energy Department official who served under former President Obama said Monday that he believes the Keystone XL pipeline should have been built.
Protesters confronted Democratic Govs. John Hickenlooper of Colorado and Jay Inslee of Washington while they were participating in a discussion on energy policy at a Politico Caucus event on Wednesday.
As Hillary Clinton tries to ward off a grassroots primary challenge, she has adopted energy policy views significantly to the left even of her own campaign chairman.
The American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, a top fuel manufacturer, has threatened to sue the EPA for failing to meet its own deadlines on its 2015 proposal for the renewable fuel mandate.
The United States sits atop massive energy resources that could, if developed, drive down energy prices and spur the economy. And the two presidential candidates’ energy policies approach this opportunity in very different ways, experts say.
Mitt Romney accused President Obama of cutting permits to oil and gas on federal land, and the facts bear Romney out.