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The Babst Calland law firm’s annual report includes a chat with Sen. Joe Manchin and an assessment of the impact of President Biden’s…

Today Hart Energy is highlighting a batch of interviews from the past year featuring oil and gas industry icons such as shale pioneer…

A roundtable of oil and gas experts from Range Resources, Quantum Energy Partners and Babst Calland offered insights on why ESG…

One of Appalachia's top operators has increased its net-zero goals. What is the particular strategies they are pursuing in the…

More or less regulation? Will the pace of climate change measures accelerate? What about Washington gridlock? When the polarized…

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Gary Steinbauer and Sean McGovern, shareholders in Law Firm Babst Calland’s environmental and energy practice offer their collective perspective on methane emissions-related subjects ranging from regulatory impacts to well plugging and infrastructure law, among other topics.

James Curry, managing shareholder in Babst Calland's Washington, D.C. office, says the topics of hydrogen and carbon capture in the energy sector are qualitatively different this time around. Here's why.

The energy industry is at an inflection point and a moment of resiliency as it experiences a rebound in pricing and recovers from the impact of the global pandemic.

Law Firm Babst Calland’s Energy and Natural Resources attorneys outline some challenges ahead for the energy industry in light of presidential executive orders, climate change policies, renewable alternatives, and the nation’s pipeline safety program.