Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Tag: Oil

Pipeline spills more than 8,000 gallons of jet fuel into Indiana...

This is the second pipeline spill to impact an Indiana waterway within the past six months.

Another set back for TransCanada: Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska to...

Since the pipeline will now follow an alternative route and not its original route, Morris wrote the government "cannot escape their responsibility."

Fracking wastewater spikes 1,440 percent in half decade, adding to dry...

The industry’s demand for water during fracking is a growing concern.

Bureau of Land Management proposes fracking on 1.6 million acres of...

"...there's really no question that more fracking would be terrible for California."

Second controversial fracked gas pipeline runs into legal trouble

Three days after the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ordered work to pause on the Mountain Valley Pipeline, its sister pipeline also ran into legal trouble.

Newly elected president of Mexico, Lopez Obrador, vows to ban fracking

The “plan to ban fracking in Mexico represents the latest common-sense decision by a world leader to prohibit this inherently toxic, polluting practice.”

Critics challenge ‘fundamental flaws’ in Energy Department LNG export study draft

“The draft study is deeply flawed, as the authors chose to ignore both climate science and climate action in favor of what appears to be a political imperative over any objective analysis.”

What is our land for?

Should we graze it, log it, drill it, and mine it? Or should we preserve it, study it, recreate in it, and revere it?

A new Native-led strategy for fighting Keystone XL

This is now the only tribally owned land that sits directly on KXL’s U.S. route, and as such could present legal barriers to its construction.

Grassroots fighters for the Arctic Refuge take the case to DC

We must stand for the protection of the Arctic Refuge and ask our representatives to do the same.

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Progressive Briefing for Monday, September 17

U.S. Border Patrol supervisor confesses to executing four women, FEMA blames hurricane deaths on spousal abuse, Kavanaugh accused of assault, and more.

The Donald in Wonderland

Down the financial rabbit hole with President Trump.

Below the surface of ICE: The corporations profiting from immigrant detention

Activists are targeting the companies that make ICE run.

A vision of an America after its entry into a new, Age of Enlightenment

This is a new America, one that once was destined for greatness and found the ways to achieve it.

Kavanaugh accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, willing to testify before Senate: Attorney

"She's willing to do whatever it takes to get her story forth."

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