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    Towns Fight States on Drilling

    April 4, 2012 • Featured • Views: 321

    By DANIEL GILBERT and RUSSELL GOLD States hoping to capitalize on their energy booms are running into resistance from local officials who want to be able to police the noise and industrialization that accompany oil-and-gas drilling. Share

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    Texas becomes battlefield in Keystone XL pipeline fight

    February 22, 2012 • Featured • Views: 2134

    Dave Montgomery The Fort Worth Star-Telegram AUSTIN — The politically volatile Keystone XL pipeline is becoming embroiled in a widening controversy in Texas Share

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    No link between fracking, contamination: Study

    February 17, 2012 • Featured • Views: 2737

    Austin: A University of Texas study says there’s no direct link between groundwater contamination and a controversial process to extract oil and gas known as fracking. Share

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    Texans Are Baffled by the Keystone Decision

    February 15, 2012 • People • Views: 2020

    China will get the oil from Canada that could have come to the U.S. By RICK PERRY Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in Beijing recently signing an agreement and touting his country’s growing energy partnership with China. Share

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    America’s New Energy Era

    January 24, 2012 • Energy • Views: 1798

    Alexandros Petersen  The past year may have been one for political gridlock and economic stagnation, but the energy world saw some of the most important achievements of the past few decades. Share

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    Obama Losing Support Among Blue Collar Americans

    November 23, 2011 • People • Views: 2272

    Erika Johnsen Since the Obama administration seems to do everything in its power to stonewall the domestic energy industry, including weak non-decisions like the Keystone pipeline, keeping up a virtual drilling moratorium, and creating-then-promptly-losing

  • Energy and environment issues hot for 2012 presidential race.

    November 17, 2011 • People • Views: 207

    Gingrich, Perry, Romney and Cain have all been critics of EPA policy. | AP Photo Close By ERICA MARTINSON The Environmental Protection Agency is likely to play an unusually prominent role in the 2012 presidential election, reflecting ongoing partisan debate

  • Rick Perry: Obama’s Keystone XL Pipeline Delay Puts ‘Soliders’ Lives In Jeopardy’

    November 16, 2011 • People • Views: 1807

    By Tyler Kingkade Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s move to delay a decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline puts American lives in danger. Perry has made energy exploration and drilling for oil a central tenant

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    Rick Perry’s plan for job creation? In a word, energy

    November 15, 2011 • People • Views: 433

    Not long ago, Bill Kerrigan toured Eagle Ford Shale, a string of oil and natural gas fields south of San Antonio, Texas, that stretches across 24 counties and has yielded just shy of five million barrels of oil between January and July of this year. In that

  • Evan Bayh: Another regulation means fewer jobs, less reliability

    November 9, 2011 • People • Views: 2065

    Coal contributes nearly $2 billion annually to Indiana‘s economy, supporting thousands of Hoosier jobs and keeping energy costs modest. It provides low-cost power to keep our state’s electric bills affordable and our industries competitive. In

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