The public would pay a heavy price for a $4 billion gas export terminal in Maryland at Cove Point.
Exporting fracked gas is an exercise in circular logic.
After Farris and Dan Wilks cashed in their Texas-based gas company a few years ago for more than $3 billion, they became benefactors of religious right, tea party extremists.
Is this really a resumption of the Cold War?
A transatlantic trade deal would eliminate restrictions on U.S. exports of fracked gas to the EU.
Some of the biggest supporters of fracking don't want it in their backyards.
Getaways for members of Congress and lobbyists showcase the prostitution of our legislative system.
A surge in cheap, fracked natural gas coupled with a steady rise in renewable power generation are reducing our reliance on coal for power.