Posted on For almost a year now, we’ve been telling you about the state’s “Power to Choose” website and about complaints the site is deceptive. Those complaints are now piling up.
Posted on After the flooding last month in Houston, a local geologist noticed something that looked suspicious: some of the areas of Houston hit hardest were also areas where the land is sinking. The sinking is called “subsidence". But there’s a debate over whether it's actually making flooding worse.
Posted on The council vote is just the beginning of negotiations with the company.
Posted on Last week two of the world’s biggest oilfield services companies called off an estimated $28 billion merger.
Posted on Clean-up is expected to continue through this week.
Posted on A day after a massive fire burned down a warehouse in Spring Branch, residents and workers in the area are dealing with the aftermath.
Posted on Officials with the Houston Fire Department believe the fire started at an auto repair shop and spread to the warehouse.
Posted on OTC is a showcase for the nonprofit professional societies connected to every facet of offshore drilling.
Posted on HFD battled a massive industrial fire at 1700 Laverne, in west Houston.
Posted on Drilling for oil and gas may have slowed down in Texas, but there are still millions of barrels of contaminated wastewater that has to be disposed of. The tainted water is what comes back up out of the ground during drilling operations. Public interest groups say regulations are outdated and are putting the environment at risk.
Posted on Houston and 31 other cities are challenging a request by CenterPoint Energy to pass on millions of dollars in higher costs to consumers.
Posted on The Offshore Technology Conference is underway this week at NRG Center. OTC continues to showcase new technology, despite deep job cuts in the oil and gas industry.
Posted on Twenty thousand acres of protected prairie in northwest Harris County could be threatened by a plan to build new “thoroughfares” according to conservation group. The county disagrees.
Posted on Big oil companies are looking for ways to offset the greenhouse gases produced by refining oil and burning it. And they’re looking for help to do that by turning to another big, Texas industry: cattle ranching.
Posted on Hundreds of industrial facilities across Texas are illegally spewing millions of pounds of toxic pollutants into the air each year when they break down or perform maintenance, according to a new report.