The company was accused of ordering workers to pour toxic sludge and brine containing diesel oil, benzene, toluene, barium and chlorides into a storm sewer that reached a Mahoning River tributary.
The process could enable improved evaluations of a wide range of incidents.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration's annual energy outlook anticipated that the industrial sector's energy demand would outpace all other sectors through 2040.
The Obama administration on Friday proposed reducing the amount of ethanol required in gasoline, along with a grant program to promote higher ethanol blends at the gas pump.
The Solara 50 is a 164-meter long drone designed to stay aloft for as long as five years, Bloomberg said.
Tesla's highly-touted power storage system is being put to use by a new solar panel system in Florida.
A Texas company that already has obtained shipping commitments from oil companies to build a 1,100-mile pipeline from western North Dakota to Illinois is having a tougher time getting permission from North Dakota landowners.
As Royal Dutch Shell PLC seeks permits for exploratory oil drilling off Alaska's northwest coast, a federal agency has concluded the company underestimated risk the last time it moved drill rigs to Arctic waters.
"This divestiture reflects our continued focus on driving growth within the higher-margin core businesses where we offer greater value to our customers," said Luis Fernandez-Moreno, Ashland senior vice president and president of Ashland's Chemicals Group.
Wisconsin will not comply with the president's plan without "significant and meaningful changes," Walker said.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced it is partnering with Health Canada to streamline chemical hazard labeling standards between the two countries.
What was done that day to detect and stop the spill and protect some of the most fabled coastline in California has come under scrutiny, as officials continue cleaning up the mess created by a leak estimated at up to 101,000 gallons while trying to figure out what went wrong.
Borger police Lt. Brandon Strope says the 10 people, all employees, were taken to Panhandle hospitals by ambulance and helicopter.
The nearly 1.3 million-square-foot facility, located in the province of Chonburi, will begin production in the third quarter of 2016 and will support an initial annual capacity of 45,000 tons.
A search of his car found 6 pounds of the explosive Tannerite, lighter fluid, propane, 500 rifle rounds, nine shotgun shells and leg irons.