Nicholas Cunningham

Gas stoves leak hazardous pollutants – Harvard study

A new study has identified toxic pollutants in unburned gas leaking from stoves, raising questions about health impacts.

U.S. LNG building boom threatens climate goals

Two dozen LNG projects are in the works in the U.S., but the rush for gas is both a financial and a climate risk, according to two new reports.

U.S. LNG explosion squeezes gas markets

A substantial gas export facility could be offline until later this year.

Los Angeles aims to block gas in new buildings

The second largest city in the U.S. will ban gas in new homes and businesses, part of a growing movement to halt the growth of gas.

EU partial ban on Russian oil ramps up supply pressure

After haggling with Hungary for weeks, the deal exempts oil shipped by pipeline.

Quebec is first jurisdiction to ban oil and gas. Will there be more?

A handful of governments have decided to restrict oil and gas development. But climate targets mean that many more will need to follow.

Renewables grow fast despite supply bottlenecks

Europe has unveiled new plans to speed up renewables, while the U.S. sees headwinds.

EU nears oil embargo on Russia, but negotiations drag

Hungary has delayed a European-wide deal to ban Russian oil imports, but if a deal is reached, it could have a big impact on Russia.

Bottlenecks restrain U.S. shale output growth

Drilling activity is on the rise, but cost inflation and snarled supply chains will keep production growth in check.

Biden breaks campaign promise with federal lands lease sale

Constrained by a court decision, the Biden administration said it would auction off land for new oil and gas drilling. But climate activists see the move as backtracking on climate progress