A new focus on demand-side approaches and smarter energy management.
The rigidity of the oil and gas industry makes it difficult for women to participate.
Plus: There's a "substantial increase" in reports about a Bastrop oil spill, Texas is leading the way in renewable energy, and a big bank decides to go green.
The number of spills in 2016 was the lowest Texas had seen since 2012.
Low-income Texans are particularly at risk for negative economic impacts.
The restructuring is a change from the greener direction NRG was headed in.
The 89-year-old legendary wildcatter embraces his mortality.
A Houston energy lawyer is challenging Ted Cruz, but can he woo over the senator's oil and gas benefactors?
Marfa Public Radio reports on the down side of the boom.
Could new wind energy storage change the Texas energy industry?
Warren Buffett’s big bet with Oncor.
"When we invest in Texas, we invest big!"
Houston-based Clean Line Energy Partners has grand plans for national expansion.
TAMU joins a United States team focused on beefing up India's power grid.
The university’s project will focus on improving energy grids in rural Texas.
The current energy secretary was a big proponent of wind power as governor of Texas. The signs now point to a change of heart.
A judge blocked the merger that could be key to the operation's future.
Start your summer vacations early, if you can.
The move comes as work begins in West on a memorial honoring the fifteen lives lost in the 2013 disaster.
The Dallas location of Austin-based home store TreeHouse generates more energy than it uses—a first for a store of its size.
A bizarre sighting in East Texas.
The night supervisor on the Deepwater Horizon died at his home in Louisiana.
More bad news for the Secretary of State and his former company.
Renewable energy and LNG exports are on the agenda during the energy secretary’s week-long trip.
Texas-based oil companies told Trump they hoped to keep their seats at the table.
The oil giant’s request came as former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson is the sitting Secretary of State.
Environmental defense official says Trump would undo progress in Texas.
A Venezuelan loan default could give Putin a stake in Texas oil refining.
It isn't all early bluebonnets and sunshine.
Expect Standing Rock-like resistance from Canadian First Nation tribes and environmentalists.
Bringing back coal is not in Texas’s best interest.
Well that’s one way to try to invade a home.
What rolling back the centerpiece of Barack Obama's climate agenda could mean for Texas.
For decades Texas has been the largest producer of transportation fuels in the United States. Our refineries have produced gasoline, diesel and jet fuel that mobilized the nation and made the state rich. But based on current projections, demand for gasoline will decrease significantly in the coming decades because of
At the CERAWeek conference in Houston, everyone wanted to talk about one thing: the Permian Basin.
French oil company chairman says not to expect big investments.
John Goodenough’s new battery could change cars, phones, and more.
NRG Energy built the world’s largest carbon capture unit in Fort Bend County, but what is the technology’s future?
The head of the Texas Oil and Gas Association says environmentalists are trying to block production.
An energy plan in two parts: don’t screw up what we have going for us, and don’t settle for what we’ve done so far.
How Houston became the center of the Texas oil boom.
Plus: U.S. Representative Louis Gohmert introduces legislation around fracking.
Our favorite political reads of the week.
Enacting a carbon tax would free up private firms to find the most efficient ways to cut emissions.
Barry Smitherman, the former chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, reportedly met with President Donald Trump's transition team.
If an import tax proposal goes through, refineries would have to pass costs on to consumers.
Plus: Home Depot invests in wind energy and Trans-Pecos protests grow.
There’s been a recent uptick in activity in the Permian Basin. This week we look back at the last time West Texas was booming.
Using the Dakota Access Pipeline as a blueprint, Native Americans and other activists have brought protests to West Texas.
When OPEC let oil prices plunge, U.S. producers responded by improving fracking technology.