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ND Oil Rush: Three Affiliated Tribes Want Higher Tax Cut for Road Repair
February 10, 2011
North Dakota’s oil production is forecasted to double within the next decade, surpassing Alaska’s and lagging only behind Texas as the second largest oil-generating state, accordin...
TransCanada Former CEO to Head Alberta Oil Sands Panel
January 29, 2011
Hal Kvisle, who was TransCanada Corp.’s chief executive officer until last year, is one of the new leaders of the Alberta government’s new oil sands environmental monitoring panel,...
Ute Energy Signs Development Contract for 21,000 Acres
January 23, 2011
Ute Energy LLC will explore, develop and market oil and gas from 21,000 acres on the Uintah and Ouray Reservation in northeastern Utah under a new agreement, the company announced...
Alaska Polar Bear Habitat Under Protest
January 19, 2011
Why would an endangered animal not under threat from poaching need a special area designated in order to survive?...
Force Majeure Declared as Oil Plant Shutdown Continues
January 16, 2011
The owner of the Horizon oil sands plant that was shut down after a fire in early January has declared force majeure as officials continue to assess damage, according to Reuters ...
Royal Dutch Shell Put on Hold Off Alaska’s North Slope
January 06, 2011
Native Americans have won a small victory in their fight against Royal Dutch Shell and its attempt at deep-sea drilling. The appeals board of the U.S...
Peru Amazon Natives ?Win Key Victory Against Big Oil
December 27, 2010
Amazon Natives of the Achuar tribe together with Amazon Watch and EarthRights International have managed a significant victory in their long battle to get oil companies such as Cal...
Caribou Is the Canary in the Coal Mine
February 11, 2011
Global warming and a rush to exploit the natural resources of the Arctic are killing off Caribou herds, which is bad news for them, for the indigenous peoples who share their lands...
CNN Spotlights Arctic Drilling as Noble Discoverer Slips Its Moorings
July 16, 2012
Shell Oil’s Noble Discoverer , the Arctic drilling ship that actress Lucy Lawless of Xena: Warrior Princess fame occupied in New Zealand earlier this year along with Greenpeace, ca...
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