The Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas is suing to protect the tribe’s ancestral land in South Texas.
Community outrage over massive desalination project helps bind four local candidates challenging the logics of extraction at epicenter of US oil exports.
Upcoming offshore wind farms in the Gulf of Mexico could bring jobs as well as clean energy to Texas communities.
Declining harvests, heavier regulation, climate change, and oil and gas development all have taken the Texas oyster industry to the breaking point.
Texas coastal residents are fighting against a new wave of oil and gas export plants: challenging permits, staging protests at home or joining forces with activists abroad.
Corpus Christi, TX, is no stranger to the sea, and increasingly the sea is no stranger to Corpus Christi.
appears to be sailing in hot water. The young oil pipeline and shipping company — founded by Houston real estate developer Todd Edwards and British financier Azad Cola — shipped its first oil in May, shipped its last in June and has since been hit with a brace of expensive lawsuits alleging crimes from fraud to forgery, as well as a lien against its properties for $1.4 million in unpaid bills.
The Texas Railroad Commission’s about-face on natural gas flaring can be partially linked to pressure from European companies concerned about Texas’ dirty gas. Amal Ahmed | Texas Observer In February, members of the Texas Railroad Commission finally got the message. The three commissioners of the regulatory body that oversees the […]