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Texas Regulators Debunk Major Claim from 'Ban Fracking' Activists

May 30, 2014 by Steve Everley

Texas Regulators and Fracking Bans

A case of flammable water that anti-fracking groups have used to foment doubt about the safety of shale development was not due to oil and gas drilling. This marks the second time that regulators have investigated the case of methane in private water wells and found no link to drilling or fracking.[read more]

Regional Transmission Efforts Good for Re-routing Information Flows to Regulators

January 18, 2012 by Michael Giberson

Peter Behr, at ClimateWire, describes the U.S. Department of Energy’s efforts to rework its electric transmission study processes, created in the 2005 Energy Policy Act but stalled by adverse court decisions and political missteps. I’m not so sure that the new approaches will be any better received than the old, but I noticed in the...[read more]

Texas regulators choose companies to build transmission to reach wind power

January 30, 2009 by Michael Giberson

Michael Giberson On Thursday, Texas utility regulators selected nine companies to build portions of the nearly $5 billion-worth of transmission to better connect existing and anticipated generating resources in the western part of the state to the large consumer load centers in the east, central and southeast parts of the state.  (...[read more]