Legislation that would significantly expand landowner protection in oil and gas leasing transactions was recently approved by the Pennsylvania State Senate.
Why California Breweries, Distilleries, and Wineries Need to Know About California’s New Industrial Storm Water Permit
My colleagues Ryan Waterman and Parissa Ebrahimzadeh have evaluated the potential impacts of the new California industrial storm water permit on breweries, distilleries, and wineries in the state. See below for their report.
As part of its Climate Action Plan, the Obama Administration issued a “Strategy to Reduce Methane Emissions” (the Methane Strategy) at the end of March 2014.
SB 4 did not place a moratorium on the use of hydraulic fracturing or other well stimulation treatments.
Two major train derailments in 2013 were the leading cause of the significant amount of crude oil spilled by trains in the United States in 2013.
In Citizens for Environmental Responsibility v. State of California ex rel. 14th District Agricultural Association, et al. (3rd App. Dist., March 26, 2014), the appellate court affirmed the trial court’s decision to exempt a three-day rodeo from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review under the Class 23 categorical exemption because the rodeo would be held on fairgrounds that operate similar types of events throughout the year.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that it will spend $20 million in fiscal year 2014 to manage populations of feral hogs and test for diseases such as swine fever.
My recent post about Alex Epstein and the moral case for fossil fuels told only part of his story. He also says that the global warming “alarmists” have it all wrong.
The Minnesota State Legislature is currently debating a bill that would ease the regulatory burden on independent power producers looking to export wind and solar energy generated in Minnesota.