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Are States Missing Out On Millions From The Fracking Boom?

The United States has fracked its way to an energy boom. But when it comes time to turn the natural-gas windfall into lasting wealth and welfare, states at the center of the boom have gone in different directions. 

Four Years Later, a Sharp Divide on Gulf Oil Spill

On the anniversary of the disaster, BP and the company's critics describe the situation very differently.

 

Keystone XL Review Delayed Again

A final decision on the pipeline may not come until after November's elections.

The Fracking Industry Faces Its Climate Demon

To preserve its climate credentials, the natural-gas industry has to tame a tricky menace: methane.

Worldwatch President Takes a Step Back

Robert Engelman moves to senior fellow at the institute to focus on a unique area of research.

States Peering Over the Fence on Fracking Rules

Pennsylvania eyes its neighbors, and vice versa, for guidance.

The Obama Administration Is Taking Another Try at the Program That Funded Solyndra

The program was a Republican punching bag, but the numbers suggest it had a high rate of success.

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Are States Missing Out On Millions From The Fracking Boom?

The United States has fracked its way to an energy boom. But when it comes time to turn the natural-gas windfall into lasting wealth and welfare, states at the center of the boom have gone in different directions. 

Four Years Later, a Sharp Divide on Gulf Oil Spill

On the anniversary of the disaster, BP and the company's critics describe the situation very differently.

 

Keystone XL Review Delayed Again

A final decision on the pipeline may not come until after November's elections.

The Fracking Industry Faces Its Climate Demon

To preserve its climate credentials, the natural-gas industry has to tame a tricky menace: methane.

States Peering Over the Fence on Fracking Rules

Pennsylvania eyes its neighbors, and vice versa, for guidance.

The Obama Administration Is Taking Another Try at the Program That Funded Solyndra

The program was a Republican punching bag, but the numbers suggest it had a high rate of success.

Amid Drought, California Warms to Toilet Water

The state is putting $1 billion behind water-recyling efforts. But will people drink it? Do they even have a choice?

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