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The Obama administration put off until after the 2012 election a politically charged decision on whether to approve the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, easing one problem for President Obama but opening another with the missed opportunity to boost...
Tags: Elections, White House, Barack Obama, John Boehner, Activism
Much of the country has probably paid scant attention to the debate over the 1,700-mile pipeline known as Keystone XL, which is proposed to connect Alberta, Canada, with Texas refineries. But in Washington, State Department review of the $7 billion...
Brown County will seek grant money that could help pay for a road-related drain tile project in the southwest part of the county. During their Tuesday meeting, commissioners told Jan Weismantel, county highway superintendent, to apply for a hazard...
Tags: FEMA, Transportation, Travel
American News CorrespondentSouth Dakota voters won’t know until next year who will be the candidates in the 2012 elections. But they now know that the issue of state grants for large business projects, a program that Gov. Dennis Daugaard wanted to start in 2013, very likely...
DENVER - President Barack Obama said Wednesday his administration has made no decision on whether a Canadian company can proceed with plans for a transnational oil pipeline to Texas. A protester during Obama's appearance at the University of Colorado...
State lawmakers and many in the state’s oil and gas industry are still dissecting a speech Governor Sean Parnell gave to the Alaska Oil and Gas Association on Thursday in Anchorage. The governor told industry leaders that a gas line to the Lower 48...
By Rhonda McBride Alaska House leaders gathered today to set the record straight. They say natural gas for Alaskans remains their top priority, despite Governor Sean Parnell’s recent announcement that he no longer wants to pursue a gas line to the...
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — Two obscure meetings in the coming days will go a long way toward determining South Dakota’s roles in the future for energy production. One deals with what environmental protectionists praise as “clean” electricity...
Channel 2 News ReporterThe head of the Alaska Gasline Port Authority says it's time to dump AGIA. Former gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker says an economic study of an all-Alaska gas line could bring in hundreds of billions of dollars, but the state says Walker's plans...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A proposal for a western North Dakota oil pipeline has been scaled back because of uncertainty about whether another pipeline will be built. BakkenLink Pipeline LLC wants to build a pipeline to collect oil from points in...
Tags: North Dakota, U.S. Department of State, Texas, Montana, Oklahoma
The proposed natural gas pipeline to the Lower 48 got a boost this week from federal regulators. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC, put producers and land owners on notice that it is preparing to study the potential environmental impact...
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