Tax credits for electric vehicles remain in the emerging Democratic spending package, breaks for renewable energy could be expanded and the fate of a fee on methane is still under discussion, Senate Democrats said Monday after a closed-door meeting on climate provisions.
Bankrupt White Stallion Energy LLC won court approval to sell its coal mines and nearly all other assets to its lenders Riverstone Credit Partners and Summit Partners in a deal valued at about $90 million.
Long Beach, Calif., plans to reduce its dependence on oil revenue—and not look to goose taxes—as the Southern California city moves toward phasing out municipally owned wells, according to a report Monday.
An Illinois truck and diesel engine manufacturer will mitigate thousands of toxic air emissions and pay civil fines to resolve claims of Clean Air Act violations brought by the EPA and Justice Department.
Exxon Mobil Corp., Royal Dutch Shell PLC, and other energy companies removed Vermont’s climate liability case from state to federal court Friday, launching another battle over who has jurisdiction over climate misinformation lawsuits.
The U.S. Forest Service won an appeal of its decision not to enforce a special use permit with Florida and require it to breach a dam on the Ocklawaha river, because that exercise of discretion isn’t subject to judicial review, the Eleventh Circuit said Monday.
Latham & Watkins has added corporate partner Mollie Duckworth in Austin, Texas, where she formerly served as partner in charge of Baker Botts’ office, ramping up the growth of the firm’s newest office in a competitive market for talent.