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  • Support remains in Wyoming for gas-to-liquids plant

    Two days before the Wyoming House of Representatives approved a bill to lure construction of gas-to-liquid plants in the Cowboy State, the South African energy giant Sasol Ltd. announced it was suspending plans to build a similar facility in Louisiana....
  • NASA Wallops concerned with potential offshore drilling

    Twenty days after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill rocked the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, the U.S. Department of Interior canceled the proposed sale of a gas and oil drilling lease, Lease 220, off Virginia's coast. Almost five years later, the possibility...
  • North Dakota Legislature: What to watch this week

    North Dakota's Legislature is marching toward its midsession break, and lawmakers will be considering only a smattering of bills in their respective chambers this week. Legislators mostly will be engaged in committee work and floor debates as the...
  • Judge: Oil, gas firms not liable for La. coastal erosion

    A federal judge has dismissed a New Orleans-area levee authority's lawsuit charging oil and gas companies with destroying Louisiana's coastal wetlands. The lawsuit was filed by the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East in 2013 against...
  • Another pipeline project faces foes

    Another pipeline project faces foes
    WATCH THIS: Jet Blue's new CEO seeks to woo passengers and Wall Street. Planned natural gas pipeline extension threatens sacred Native American site in Lancaster County. Hackers steal up to $1 billion, says cybersecurity firm. Bethlehem's Kirkland...
  • States' workshops creating outdoorswomen

     States' workshops creating outdoorswomen
    If the notion of firing a rifle, fishing on ice or kayaking in winter seems intimidating, Peggy Farrell has a solution: Give it a try for a weekend in a nonjudgmental setting among others whose curiosity outweighs experience. Farrell is director of...
  • W.Va. county health board opposes natural gas pipeline

    The Board of Health in West Virginia's Monroe County is taking a stand against the proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline, which would run from northwestern West Virginia to southwest Virginia. In an open letter, the county's health officer says the...
  • Chicago denies petcoke firm extension to enclose piles

    Chicago denies petcoke firm extension to enclose piles
    Chicago officials say a company that handles petroleum coke won't get extra time to enclose piles of the grainy black fuel. The health department said Monday that it denied KCBX Terminals' request for a 14-month extension of the city's 2016 deadline...
  • Native Americans fight to keep pipeline off their land

    Chief Carlos Whitewolf beat a small hand drum and sang a Native American prayer for Mother Earth in the cold January air in Hershey. Many of the 50 or so other protesters outside the Hershey Lodge, where national Republican Party leaders were...
  • Truck operators should pay for the road damage they cause

    To the editor: Our roads are in dire shape and need repair, but splitting the cost between all drivers or assessing a mileage fee is unfair. ("Whatever road is taken for highway funds, there's a need for speed," Feb. 11) The fact is, roads are damaged...
  • BLM clears way for petroleum reserve development

    The U.S. Bureau of Land Management issued a final decision Friday that it said will open the way for the first oil and gas production from federal lands in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. The decision is a shift from the alternative that BLM had...