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A company planning to build a natural gas pipeline in Kentucky says it has secured land-use deals in parts of nine counties along the pipeline's proposed path. Officials with the Bluegrass Pipeline say they have reached easement agreements with
When Steve Jensen saw crude oil bubbling up from the ground on his North Dakota farm, he knew immediately he wasn't having a Jed Clampett moment. Unlike the classic "Beverly Hillbillies" character who struck it rich with oil, Jensen figured the "
BP Plc, the operator of the North Sea Forties oil pipeline, has advised buyers that the crude is currently expected to keep flowing during a planned strike at the Grangemouth oil refinery, an industry source said on Tuesday. The Grangemouth plant
Staff writer Adam Frank has joined Olympia Master Builders as its Director of Government Affairs, which means Angela White will return to her previous role with the organization. White becomes the Director of Membership & Communications again after
Monday as heavyweight oil firms climbed, partly offsetting worries about the debt impasse in the U.S. The benchmark index rose 0.1% to 6,490.52, setting it on track for a three-day winning streak. Tech week ahead: Shutdown worries come to tech land
13 October 2013 6 shares 3 View comments Greenpeace, the world's biggest and most battle-hardened environmental campaigning organisation, is in a state of shock. Last week, Russian investigators said that they had found narcotic substances' on board
The handling of an oil spill in North Dakota is raising questions, after a state agency waited to tell the public it had taken place. A wheat farmer was the first to recognize the spill had happened; it became public knowledge nearly two weeks later.
Rosneft President and Chairman of the Management Board Igor Sechin smiles before a signing ceremony after talks with the Chinese delegation at the Kremlin in Moscow March 22, 2013. Igor Sechin , CEO of Russian oil company Rosneft , will meet on
An Iowa-based business outsourcing firm in the Black Hills has found a new location for its call center, one week after heavy snow collapsed its old building. A federal judge on Thursday refused to dismiss obstruction-of-justice charges against a
The Globe and Mail Video The tests focused on how the industry-funded Western Canada Marine Response Corporation would apply its spill-response resources along the B.C. coast. It is certified to respond to a 10,000-tonne spill in marine waters.