Research Team Keeps Trying – and Failing – to Link Fracking to Reproductive Problems

Activist Researchers’ Own Data Contradict Claim of Link between Fracking and Sinus Conditions, Migraines and Fatigue

Seismicity in Oklahoma Declines, Thanks to Collaborative Efforts between Producers and Regulators

New Working Paper Finds Expanded Use of Natural Gas Saves Lives

EIA Says CO2 Emissions from Natural Gas are Increasing — Here’s Why That’s a Good Thing

Four Reasons – Beyond the Obvious – Why Bill McKibben’s “Keep-It-In-The-Ground” World War II Analogy is Ridiculous

Why Are EPA’s Science Advisors Asking the Agency to Prove a Negative?

The Permian Basin: a Bright Spot for the Industry and for Texas

Study Shows Shale Gas Revolution has Accelerated — Rather than Impeded — Renewable Growth

Science Advisors Uphold EPA’s Topline Conclusion of “No Widespread, Systemic Impacts”