Oil Pipeline

Biden administration defends pipeline permits in court

MINNEAPOLIS – The Biden administration reported in a court file this week that it did not plan to cancel federal permits for Enbridge Inc.’s Line 3 pipeline project, despite appeals from American Indians and environmental groups for the president to intervene. The US Army Corps of Engineers used the case …

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Biden administration backs oil sands pipeline project

The Biden administration has defended a contentious pipeline project that would carry hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil through delicate Minnesota watersheds, urging in a court case to dismiss the challenge filed by local tribes and environmental groups. The closely watched federal court filing was the latest in a …

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The death of a totem pipeline has been greatly exaggerated

TIT WEBSITE from 350.org, an environmental group, shouts, “We want to end the fossil fuel industry within the next decade. The group famous cause interrupted the completion of Keystone XL, an $ 8 billion pipeline to transport oil extracted from the “tar sands” of the Canadian province of Alberta over …

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Protests continue against Minnesota Line 3 pipeline project

Opponents of the Enbridge Energy Line 3 pipeline project in northwest Minnesota continued their protests this week by disrupting traffic in front of an Enbridge equipment site, resulting in 31 arrests ThroughThe Associated Press June 17, 2021, 10:21 PM • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this …

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Kolhatkar: US doesn’t need another pipeline | Columns

A decades-old pipeline called Line 3, operated by Canadian company Enbridge, is undergoing a controversial upgrade. This met with fierce resistance from the indigenous communities living along the road. Line 3 is being replaced so that it can transport nearly 800,000 barrels of crude oil from the dirty tar sands …

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Keystone XL protesters want Biden to revoke more pipeline licenses

Through Jennifer A. Dlouhy and Robert Tuttle at 06/13/2021 Keystone XL pipeline, during the construction phase WASHINGTON and CALGARY (Bloomberg) – Environmentalists emboldened by Keystone XL’s defeat this week are pressuring President Joe Biden to revoke licenses for other oil and gas pipelines, warning their votes depend on the administration’s …

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Offshore oil and gas pipeline market to reach $ 2.79 billion | Evolving opportunities with Allseas Group SA and ArcelorMittal SA | Technavio

With the continued spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic, organizations around the world are gradually flattening their recession curves by taking advantage of technology. Many businesses will go through phases of response, recovery and renewal. According to Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, the market growth is expected to decrease compared to …

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Winona LaDuke’s fight against the Line 3 pipeline

The telegraph Benjamin Netanyahu’s rivals pledge to form new government within a week Benjamin Netanyahu’s rivals called him “dangerous and disturbed” as opposition leader Yair Lapid vowed to remove the Israeli prime minister from power and swear to a new government within a week. In a speech on Monday, Mr. …

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Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline enters critical month in June

MINNEAPOLIS – June will be a critical month for Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 pipeline as the company resumes construction and opponents rally for large-scale protests and civil disobedience. Leading opponent Winona LaDuke, founder of Indigenous environmental group Honor the Earth, said she expects thousands from across the state and country …

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Smiths group leader resigns with immediate effect

Andy Reynolds Smith has resigned as chief executive of Smiths Group in a surprise move as the British industrial conglomerate aims to enter a phase of growth once it separates its medical activities. Paul Keel, who held leadership roles at 3M for 16 years, took over with immediate effect as …

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Crude Oil Pipeline Transportation Market Size and Share 2021

The report, titled Crude Oil Pipeline Transport Market, is one of the most comprehensive and essential additions to Reports Globe’s market research archive. It provides detailed research and analysis on key aspects of the Crude Oil Pipeline Transport market. The market analysts who authored this report have provided detailed insights …

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Nashville group claims operation of Byhalia pipeline via Memphis violates civil rights law – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

The Virginia-based Southern Environmental Law Center complains to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), claiming that the passage of the proposed Baiharia pipeline to Memphis violates the 1964 Civil Rights Act. ‘have done. According to Baharia This websiteIs a crude oil pipeline that stretches approximately 49 miles from Memphis to …

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US judge orders Dakota Access pipeline to remain open

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A U.S. federal court judge on Friday dismissed a request to shut down the Dakota Access pipeline after a key environmental permit was withdrawn last year, dealing a blow to Native American tribes who sued legal action for its closure. FILE PHOTO: Law enforcement officers enter …

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Refinery once key to New York’s fuel supply has been closed

Through Sheela Tobben at 05/16/2021 (Bloomberg) – The Environmental Protection Agency has ordered the shutdown of a refinery in the U.S. Virgin Islands that historically was positioned as a key fuel source for the East Coast due to public health concerns. Limetree Bay Refinery The 200,000-barrel-per-day Limetree Bay refinery in …

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US oil pipeline hackers’ servers shut down

Growing speculation suggests that the US Army’s Cyber ​​Command has taken punitive action against the Russia-based cyber extortion group. This photo illustration shows a screen displaying the Darkside Onionsite address with a notice that it could not be found, in Arlington, Va. On May 14, 2021 (AFP) Russia-based cyber extortionist …

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Pipeline crisis prompts to boost and move away from fossil fuels

Through Will Wade and Jennifer A. Dlouhy at 05/14/2021 (Bloomberg) – The cyberattack that crippled the nation’s largest fuel pipeline this week sparked one-time gasoline shortages and an explosion of political rhetoric, with groups from all political backgrounds offering a myriad of conflicting solutions. The oil industry says the answer …

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Did the pipeline hack panic? Buy an electric car!

Nissan Did the recent pipeline hack make you panic and fill plastic bags with gasoline? Do not do that! Think instead of an electric car. “But I can’t afford the $ 100,000 Mercedes EQS,” you say. You don’t have to buy the S-Class electric vehicle. I’ve taken the liberty of …

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