The state Public Utilities Commission is considering whether to approve for the second time in just over five years construction of the South Dakota portion of the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Industrial chemicals banned for decades are still impacting ocean mammals in European waters, according to a new report.
German chemical giant BASF plans to combine its pigments operations into a global business unit early next year and establish separate legal entities for those activities later in 2016.
Construction has begun off Rhode Island's coast on the nation's first offshore wind farm.
Petroleos Mexicanos apparently lost much more oil production than previously indicated after an offshore explosion this spring.
Crediting coal-miners for having "created an industrial revolution," Clinton said "it is important that we help them transition to a new economy."
Other steps are being taken to reduce emissions, including a new nitrocellulose facility that's under construction and a power plant to replace the arsenal's World War II-era coal-fired plant.
Just over $5 million has been spent within the past year at Toledo's drinking water plant that will allow it to quadruple the amount of chemicals needed to get rid of the toxins in the water as it is pumped from the lake.
Renewed hunts for oil in sensitive Florida ecosystems have environmental groups raising questions about the state's regulation of the oil and gas industry.
The deep oceans span more than half the globe and their frigid depths have long been known to contain vast, untapped deposits of prized minerals. These treasures of the abyss, however, have always been out of reach to miners.
Chinese researchers developed a new material capable of capturing industrial pollutants found in ocean water, according to a recent report.
An employee of a Salt Lake City medical laboratory has died after falling about 15 feet inside a two-story freezer, officials said Friday.
A mysterious blast on a Rhode Island beach likely was caused by the combustion of hydrogen gas buildup because of a corroded copper cable under the sand, investigators announced Friday.
Tens of thousands of workers at Brazil's state-owned Petrobras went on a nationwide 24-hour strike on Friday to protest the oil company's plans to sell $15.1 billion worth of assets by the end of next year to help pay off a debt of about $120 billion.
A former BP engineer who won a new trial in a criminal case arising from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill is expected to learn the date of that trial next week.