Regulators In Texas Accuse Musician Of Defrauding InvestorsRegulators say a musician defrauded investors by claiming to develop revolutionary oil and gas industry technology and used the money to support a "lavish" lifestyle.
Atmos Says Repairs To Pipelines Almost Complete In Northwest DallasAtmos Energy has released new numbers saying the company has laid enough new pipe to stretch to Fort Worth.
Good News For Gas Prices: Pipeline Could Resume Gas Shipments SoonReopening the shuttered Texas sections of pipeline could help avoid major gas shortages
North Dakota Seeking To Recoup Pipeline Protest CostsThe state has applied for nearly $14 million in funding from a Justice Department program.
Protesters Cleared From Dakota Access Oil Pipeline CampDozens of people have been arrested as authorities in North Dakota cleared a protest camp where opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline had gathered for the better part of a year.
Local Man Joins Fight Against Dallas Oil Company A Thousand Miles AwayJesse Puente is a heating and air conditioning technician in Dallas. He just returned from a trip to North Dakota, where protesters have clashed for months with police over Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners' proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.
Hundreds Protest In Texas Against Dakota Access PipelineSeveral hundred people in Texas have protested plans by a Dallas-based company to build the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Texas Company Commits To Controversial Dakota Access PipelineThe head of a Texas company building the controversial $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline told employees Tuesday that it is committed to the project despite strong opposition.
Judge Grants Partial Stop On North Dakota Pipeline WorkAn American Indian tribe succeeded Tuesday in getting a federal judge to temporarily stop construction on some, but not all, of a $3.8 billion four-state oil pipeline, but its broader request still hangs in the balance.
Environmentalists Take Aim At TransCanada Pipeline ProjectEnvironmentalists are again taking aim at the company that proposed the Keystone XL pipeline — this time for another of its projects they fear would send hundreds of supertankers laden with crude oil down the Atlantic coast to refineries in Texas and Louisiana.
TransCanada Files Legal Challenges To Keystone Pipeline RejectionTransCanada filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday in Houston alleging President Barack Obama's decision in November to kill the pipeline exceeded his power under the U.S. Constitution.
Sen. John Cornyn: Obama's Rejection Of Keystone Pipeline "Politics At Its Worst"Obama rejected the pipeline application on Friday.