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Pipeline's Safeguards Not Working in Louisiana Diesel Spill
The spill sent 350,000 gallons of diesel fuel into a wetland.
Feb 8th, 2022
Biden Administration Moves to Expand Solar Power on U.S. Land
The projects would generate up to 465 megawatts of electricity.
Dec 22nd, 2021
Texas Pipeline Company Charged in California Oil Spill
Prosecutors said companies failed to respond to eight leak detection alarms over a 13-hour period.
Dec 16th, 2021
Aging Equipment, Spills Test Ties Between Oil, California
A recent incident has renewed calls to end drilling in coastal waters.
Oct 15th, 2021
California Pipeline Likely Damaged Up to a Year Before Spill
Investigators will pore over a year of data on ship movements near the area of the break.
Oct 11th, 2021
Ship's Anchor May Have Caused Massive California Oil Spill
Federal transportation investigators said the pipe was split open at a depth of about 98 feet.
Oct 6th, 2021
Climate Impact of Coal Sales from U.S. Lands Scrutinized
Almost half the nation's annual coal production is mined by private companies from leases on federal land.
Aug 19th, 2021
Trump Administration Cuts Oil, Gas Fees
The temporary breaks are intended to help companies with workforce problems or other issues due to the pandemic.
Jun 11th, 2020
Border Work on Track; Rural Towns Fear Virus Spread
Major construction projects are moving forward along the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico.
Apr 3rd, 2020
Tribe Won't Back Energy Company's New Mines
The Navajo Nation wants its energy company to move away from coal.
Nov 13th, 2019
Deal Reached at Shuttered Montana Coal Mine
The Navajo Transitional Energy Company shut down the mine Thursday after Montana regulators insisted the company waive its immunity as a tribal entity from future lawsuits.
Oct 28th, 2019
Navajo Company Shuts Coal Mine in Dispute
The dispute concerns whether the mine's new owner should be immune as a tribal entity from future lawsuits for environmental violations or reclamation costs.
Oct 25th, 2019