Oil well production has doubled every two years due to advances in hydraulic fracturing.
Two studies found hydraulic fracturing has created positive economic changes for rural communities and states where production occurs.
Two new studies from prestigious universities found the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing to be minimal.
North Carolina has prohibited local governments from overstepping state legislation to limit natural gas drilling.
A federal judge in Wyoming has blocked new fracking regulations set forth by the Obama administration.
After months of market volatility dating back to 2014, oil has settled at a stable price – one that is likely to continue for some time.
On June 4, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a study and found no systemic pollution to drinking water resources as a result of fracking.