Big bank backing, a rushed health impact assessment, and well-connected lobbyists are pushing a controversial fracked gas project near Boston through the regulatory process.
The fossil fuel industry held a “consumer” conference in Pennsylvania with Ryan Zinke, just after it released a sham report. Why is the media reporting on these astroturf efforts so uncritically?
Many of the sponsors of pipeline protester criminalization legislation are backed by oil and gas industry donations. Here’s how you can research these ties.
Bank of America and Wells Fargo are sponsors of this week’s climate summit. They also finance major fossil fuel projects the climate movement is opposing.
Michael Bloomberg is sold as a climate hero. But he supports fracking and pipelines while investing his billions in fossil fuels.
The oil and gas industry is paying PR firms to create the appearance of “grassroots” campaigns that back the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.
Andrew Cuomo’s campaign manager lobbies for fossil fuel pipeline corporation Williams Companies – and Cuomo’s oil and gas industry ties don’t end there.
Photo: Mriya Wall Street and the fossil fuel industry are pushing for yet another fracked-gas power plant in New York State. Danskammer Energy LLC, owned by private equity firm Tiger Infrastructure Partners, is proposing a new 525-575 megawatt gas-fired power plant in the Town of Newburgh, New York. If built, the plant will lock in …
. The Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) 680-megawatt fracked gas power plant in Wawayanda, New York has been dealt a blow. Last week, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation declined to renew a crucial air permit the plant requires to begin operations in the state. The plant needed to have a Title V Clean …
Jerry Brown has a choice to make: will he curb fossil fuel production or continue the status quo?
FERC commissioner Robert F. Powelson is becoming the head of the lobbying group for private water corporations. It’s yet another example of FERC’s revolving door.
As a major decision looms on the controversial Mariner East pipeline, a majority of deciding regulators have ties to the fracking industry and to pipeline owner Sunoco.