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Oil and gas companies are making old pipelines the landowner’s problem
In the US, private residents end up footing the bill to prevent further eyesores and pollution.
New satellites can pinpoint methane leaks to help us beat climate change
Gas-sniffing orbiters are helping clear the air of a common and overlooked pollutant.
Gas explosions keep killing people, and the US government won’t step in
A decade ago, Congress set out to make pipelines safer. But regulators are still seeing dozens of accidents in homes each year, with little recourse for utility companies.
Activists have shut down two major fossil fuel pipelines—at least for now
Even as the executive branch erodes environmental protections, activists are finally holding some companies responsible in court.
Landowners say pipelines are being constructed in their backyards with little regard for COVID-19
Oil- and gas- pipeline firms have broad authority to build through private property. The coronavirus hasn’t slowed them down.
Canadians found a safer way to transport oil and, yes, it looks like a hockey puck
But petroleum shipping remains an inherently risky business.
Fatal gas explosions rock Massachusetts towns—and the cause is still unclear
Here's everything we know.
There’s a lot more to the Keystone XL fight than just oil
Three key things to understand about the controversey
Everything you need to know about the Keystone XL pipeline
Guess who’s back?
What Is The Dakota Access Pipeline?
A controversial connector