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Oil Pipeline

National Wildlife Federation report says a spill on an aging Enbridge pipeline could damage a water source for 30 million people.
Story updated on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. EDT to include comments from Enbridge. Two aging oil and natural...
10/18/2012 | Read More
Dispute between Enbridge and small U.S. pipeline operator offers glimpse of the industry’s future as North Dakota oil booms.
North Dakota's unexpected oil boom has triggered a surprising development that people outside the...
08/09/2012 | Read More
Long involvement in Canada's tar sands has been central to Koch Industries' evolution and positions the billionaire brothers for a new oil boom.
Over the last decade, Charles and David Koch have emerged into public view as billionaire...
05/10/2012 | Read More
Mining and using tar sands oil creates more greenhouse gas emissions than conventional oil. But that's rarely mentioned anymore.
When President Obama traveled to Cushing, Okla. last week to declare his support for building the...
03/26/2012 | Read More
Concern is growing that new legislation won't protect landowners outside the Sandhills, who may be impacted by a rerouted pipeline.
A week after a Canadian company agreed to reroute the Keystone XL oil pipeline out of the fragile...
11/21/2011 | Read More
Landowners explain why—and how—they became activists.
Connie and Leon Weichman had just finished branding some calves Monday when Connie's niece texted...
11/17/2011 | Read More
Under the bipartisan bill — a response to several pipeline accidents in the last year — pipeline safety fines would more than double to $2.5 million
WASHINGTON—Reckless operators of U.S. petroleum and natural gas pipelines would pay higher fines...
05/06/2011 | Read More
In atmosphere of heightened concern, State Department extends comment period, but builder still expects approval
With global attention focused on the unstoppable oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. must soon...
06/15/2010 | Read More