House Democrats unveiled a fiscal 2021 spending bill yesterday that would boost an array of climate-friendly energy spending, including increased funding for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced energy research.
Developers are scrambling to keep the Dakota Access pipeline in service, and environmentalists are eyeing new legal advantages in the wake of a watershed court decision ordering the embattled project to halt the flow of oil in 30 days.
Bayer AG’s plan for moving on from its Roundup legal woes hit a snag barely two weeks after it announced a settlement of claims against the weedkiller when a judge expressed skepticism over part of the proposal.
Dominion Energy said Sunday that it’s selling substantially all of its natural gas pipeline and storage assets to Berkshire Hathaway Inc. for $4 billion, along with Berkshire’s assumption of $5.7 billion in debt.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to reinstate streamlined permitting for pipelines across the country, except for Keystone XL. The decision is a relief for developers working on other pipelines but means prolonged delays for the TC Energy Corp. project.
Ford Motor Co. waived its right to arbitrate and otherwise doesn’t have standing to invoke an arbitration provision in a case as part of a multi-district dispute over an allegedly faulty PowerShift transmission, a California federal court ruled.
House Democrats unveiled a fiscal 2021 spending bill Monday that would boost an array of climate-friendly energy spending, including increased funding for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced energy research.