Tag Archives: climate change

Greece in the race to reduce its energy dependence on Russia

Greece has announced that it will build a second liquefied natural gas in Alexandroupolis to reduce its dependence on Russian gas. Public domain Greece is in a race to reduce its energy dependence on Russia after Moscow invaded Ukraine, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Tuesday. Speaking in parliament, Mitsotakis …

Read More »

The radical left in full retreat – The Valley Patriot

By: Ken Willette – February 2022 What a 180 degree turn our nation has taken since President Biden was sworn in and promised the most radical liberal agenda since the days of FDR. Republicans were still reeling from unwarranted guilt by association for the Jan. 6 incursion into the Capitol. …

Read More »

At CPAC, Trump misleads Biden, Russian pipeline and gas prices

Former President Donald J. Trump repeated familiar boasts and grievances in a keynote address to the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday. Mr. Trump has repeatedly invoked the lie that the 2020 election was “rigged” and launched exaggerated attacks on President Biden. Even as he condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine …

Read More »

Peter Dykstra: Pipeline Policy – EHN

Pipelines have become a regular part of the news cycle in recent years. Last week, the Canadian government forfeited future investment in the Trans Mountain 2 pipeline, potentially dooming Canada’s dreams of upgrading tar sands oil to petrostate status. Multiple lawsuits and relentless protests from First Nations tribes are credited …

Read More »

CISA, US Posts Catalog of Free Cyber ​​Services – OpenGov Asia

The US Department of Energy (DOE) announcement $175 million for 68 research and development projects aimed at developing disruptive technologies to bolster the country’s advanced energy enterprise. Led by the DOE’s Agency for Advanced Research Projects-Energy (ARPA-E), the OPEN 2021 program prioritizes funding for high-impact, high-risk technologies that support new …

Read More »

Pipeline expansion would increase natural gas flow in northwest

A Canadian company is proposing a project to increase the capacity of its pipeline carrying natural gas through the Northwest. TC Energy wants to modify compressor stations along the Gas Transmission Northwest pipeline in Oregon, Washington and Idaho to move about 150,000 additional decatherms of gas through the region per …

Read More »

Reviews | The Mountain Valley pipeline can never be completed – it’s time for everyone to admit it

The first tree should never have been cut down, the ground never disturbed. This was held by the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit February 3 decision on Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC. Every act of resistance to the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) in the past seven years is validated …

Read More »

County temporarily bans new pipelines in response to carbon capture proposal

McPherson County has created a moratorium on the construction of new pipelines in response to a carbon capture pipeline project that would cross its jurisdiction. “Not many meetings have been held and many people frankly don’t even know that this pipeline is being offered through their counties, let alone some …

Read More »

Oil companies call Bakken ‘mature’ as they slow down North Dakota plans | Local News

AMY R.SISK Bismarck Tribune The golden days of Bakken seem to be over. Oil companies have adopted a new term to describe the western North Dakota oil play: “mature”. That’s the word the state’s director of mineral resources, Lynn Helms, heard repeatedly during a recent trip to a conference in …

Read More »

The economics of wetland destruction

It is instructive that the financiers behind the plan to destroy the Garner Road swamp in Upper Ancaster Creek are also big pushers of the fossil fuels responsible for frying the planet. The marsh replacement program was rejected by the Hamilton Conservation Authority last June in a divided but secret …

Read More »

The natural gas industry is ready for a net zero future – as long as it still includes pipelines

Every minute, a new customer is connected to the natural gas system, says Karen Harbert, president of the American Gas Association, or AGA, the primary trade association for gas utilities in the United States. Today, it is a major problem for the climate. Leaks are common throughout the natural gas …

Read More »

Why Iowa Farmers and Environmentalists Want to Stop a Carbon Pipeline

Residents of rural Iowa are beginning to hear from pipeline companies that their properties lie along proposed routes for pipelines carrying carbon dioxide. If landowners do not voluntarily grant them access to drill on their land, companies could still obtain permission to do so through the “eminent domain” process. Such …

Read More »

SoCalGas announces a partnership with Doosan Mobility Innovation and GTI to launch a hydrogen drone demonstration

Advanced fuel cell drone services to deliver longer flight times with hydrogen refueling LOS ANGELES, January 7, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today joined Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) and GTI at the CES Summit in Las Vegas to announce their partnership in the launch of …

Read More »

Gas prices in 2022 will be ‘up front and loaded’: GasBuddy analyst

GasBuddy analyst Patrick De Haan warns that the highest gas prices “will be in the first half of the year”. Patrick De Haan, head of oil analysis at GasBuddy, warned Thursday that gas prices in 2022 will be “in the foreground”, noting that the highest gas prices “will be in …

Read More »

Mariner East pipeline slated for completion in 2022, after years of environmental damage and delays

Trouble Mariner East construction of a pipeline at Marsh Creek State Park in Chester County has restarted, which prompted the builder of the project to claim that it plans to complete the 350-mile-long natural gas liquids line in the first quarter of 2022, more than two years after its initially …

Read More »

The best energy stories of 2021

The high price of gasoline is displayed at a Los Angeles gas station on November 24, 2021. – With … [+] With inflation skyrocketing ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, US President Joe Biden tapped into the rarely-used strategic oil reserve to fight the rising oil prices that fueled the recent …

Read More »

Oil prices rebound on bullish news

While the increase in Omicron cases has raised fears of a destruction in demand, supply issues in Libya and declining oil stocks in the United States have pushed up prices. Graph of the week – India needs to add 40 GW per year of renewable capacity to reach the 2030 …

Read More »

Environmental protesters target Amherst banks: “The money pipeline”

Posted: 8/12/2021 20:55:40 PM Modified: 12/08/2021 20:55:12 AMHERST – Over the summer, Felicia Mednick d’Amherst allied with native tribes in Minnesota to try to push back the construction of a pipeline they say will compromise their water supply and cause further damage environmental. Based on the experience, local Mothers Out …

Read More »

3 Oil & Gas Pipeline Stocks To Watch In A Challenging Industry – December 8, 2021

While the mid-level energy sector is less exposed to coronavirus-induced oil and gas price volatility, the outlook for the Zacks Oil and Gas – Pipeline MLP sector is still subject to increased levels of uncertainty. Due to declining demand for fuel and prudent capital spending by upstream players, lower production …

Read More »

Metalloinvest obtains a high CDP score on climate change for 2021

Metalloinvest Finance Designated Activity Company (IRSH) 08-Dec-2021 / 11:01 MSKBroadcast of a regulatory announcement, sent by EQS Group.The sender is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. Metalloinvest obtains a high CDP score on climate change for 2021 Moscow, Russia – December 8, 2021 – Metalloinvest (“the Company”), one …

Read More »

New York plans massive renewable energy and transmission line project to decarbonize its grid

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has finalized construction contracts for its Clean Path NY (CPNY) and Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE) projects which will significantly alter the state’s energy mix. If approved, the CPNY and CHPE projects will add to New York’s existing pipeline of …

Read More »

Giant pipeline in US Midwest tests future of carbon capture

Nov. 23 (Reuters) – Dan Tronchetti received a letter in August that alarmed him: Summit Carbon Solutions, a company he had never heard of, wanted his permission to conduct survey work for a 2-hour pipeline. 000 miles that she planned to drive through her Iowa. corn and soybean fields. The …

Read More »

Biden urged China to release oil reserves to lower prices and boost economic cooperation (report)

President Biden called on Chinese President Xi Jinping to release crude oil from his strategic reserves in an effort to stabilize rising oil prices, the South China Morning Post reported. China is the world’s largest net importer of oil. Biden and Xi held a virtual meeting earlier this week, where …

Read More »

Lawsuits have been launched for denial and delay of federal protections to 10 species

WASHINGTON – The Center for Biological Diversity today filed two official notices of intent to sue the US Fish and Wildlife Service for denying or delaying Endangered Species Act protections for 10 species. Notice criticizes Service for illegally denying endangered species protection to Burrington’s Jumping Slug in Washington and Oregon, …

Read More »

Steven Guilbeault’s not-so-secret agenda

“I don’t have a secret agenda as environment minister,” he told reporters last week. But he has softened his public opposition to the pipelines now that he represents a government that has spent C $ 4.5 billion on the Trans Mountain pipeline, much to the chagrin of environmentalists, in an …

Read More »

Extinction Rebellion blocks entrance to oil company in Ashkelon

Extinction Rebellion activists blocked the entrance to the Europe Asia Pipeline Company complex in Ashkelon on the south coast on Sunday morning, causing traffic jams before they were finally removed from the scene by police. There was no immediate police announcement of any arrests. Extinction Rebellion, a global movement, uses …

Read More »

Aging equipment, spills test oil links, California

FILE – In this October 11, 2021 file photo, a family in the background is under an umbrella as workers continue to clean up the contaminated beach in Huntington Beach, California. California’s difficult relationship with the oil industry is being tested again by the latest dumping on dirty beaches and …

Read More »

Professor Highlights Indigenous Peoples’ ‘Resistance to Pipelines’ – The Daily Evergreen

WSU professor leads conference on Indigenous activism, emphasizes historical context to find modern solutions WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF SHANE BALKOWITSCH “Elders Addressing the Crowd” by Shane Balkowitsch. Wet collodion photo of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest site, taken in 2016 near Cannonball, North Dakota. October 14, Clif Stratton, Associate Professor …

Read More »

Vermonters mobilize to shut down Line 3 pipeline

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Just over 100 people showed up at Battery Park in Burlington on Friday afternoon to fight climate change and raise public awareness about the Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota. People from Vermont traveled to and from Minnesota to protest the pipeline. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission …

Read More »

Biden must stop the pollution of the pipeline

Pipelines such as the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline replacement project are ensuring climate catastrophe. The science is clear; we need to stop building fossil fuel infrastructure and start focusing on cleaning up the climate now. In addition to destroying the climate, line 3 will pollute vast bodies of water. It …

Read More »

Sale of natural gas | Editorials

Hit. Hit. Who is here? When you open the door there is a man in a business suit carrying a thin black briefcase. “Hello,” he said with a smile. “I’m here to tell you about a wonderful way to bring energy into your home and to give you the opportunity …

Read More »

Industrial pollution expected to pose serious threat to Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha – The New Indian Express

Express news service BHUBANEWAR: Pressure on the freshwater supply and climate change aren’t the only perils that Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary faces in the not-so-distant future. The mangrove ecosystem so essential to Odisha’s identity and existence is on the verge of being suffocated and suffocated by an increasing load of pollution …

Read More »

Survey of professionals in the steel processing market, the ultimate guide you’ll need for growing businesses – The Manomet Current

Global steel processing market analysis, regional trends, competitive analysis and market share The global factors governing the steel processing market along with the drivers, restraints, opportunities, trends, and forecasts are detailed and covered extensively in the Steel processing market report. The study also focuses on revenue and forecasting, which is …

Read More »

US urges Ukraine to remain silent on Russian pipeline

US officials have indicated that publicly opposing the upcoming deal could harm Washington-Kiev bilateral ties, the sources said. Officials also urged Ukrainians not to discuss potential US and German plans with Congress. A senior administration official disputed the information, noting that the situation is more nuanced than that, but declined …

Read More »

Preservation of AK’s pipeline? – July 18, 2021

The latest construction project in Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.’s proactive risk-based maintenance program is designed to protect the 800-mile trans-Alaska pipeline from slow thawing permafrost attributed to climate change. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, or TAPS, was designed and built to handle changing environmental conditions, including areas of permafrost, ?? Alyeska’s …

Read More »

The company behind the abandoned Keystone pipeline project seeks $ 15 billion in damages from the Biden administration – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-06 18:23:51 – The energy company behind the currently abandoned Keystone XL pipeline project is seeking $ 15 billion in damages from the Biden administration after the president revoked the project’s license on the first day of his inauguration. TC Energy Mentionned They submitted a notice to …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Minnesota court confirms Line 3 pipeline approval

“With an existing deteriorating pipeline carrying crude oil through Minnesota, there was no option without environmental consequences,” wrote Judge Lucinda Jesson, joined by Judge Michael Kirk. “The challenge: to balance these misdeeds. There was no option without impact on the rights of indigenous peoples. The challenge: to mitigate these harms …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Why a rural pipeline is a climate battleground

Jesse Barrientez, aka Red Feather, center, plays drums and sings tribal songs with other Indigenous people during a walk, Clearwater County, Minnesota, June 7, 2021. Alex Kormann / Star Tribune via AP As Enbridge Energy prepares to complete rebuilding an oil pipeline in rural northern Minnesota, protesters occupy part of …

Read More »

NIGHT ENERGY: Biden administration set to reverse Trump’s endangered species removals | Putin says Nord Stream 2 pipeline is nearing completion | The climate, a sticking point after the discussions on Biden-Capito infrastructure

TGIF !! Welcome to Overnight Energy, your source for today’s energy and environment information. Please send your advice and comments to Rachel Frazin at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter: @RachelFrazin. Join Zack Budryk at [email protected] Today we are reviewing a Biden admin plan targeting Trump Era Threatened Species Cancellation, Nord …

Read More »

Big Oil’s bad week

A barrel of Shell oil on a protest banner as environmental organization MilieuDefensie takes on Royal Dutch … [+] Shell Plc at the courthouse courthouse for emissions in The Hague, The Netherlands on Wednesday May 26, 2021. Royal Dutch Shell Plc has been ordered by a Dutch court to cut …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Flowers Foods increases its quarterly dividend

THOMASVILLE, Georgia., May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Flowers Foods, Inc. (NYSE: FLO), producer of Nature is clean, Dave’s Killer Bread, Wonder, Canyon Bakehouse, Tastykake, and other bakery products, today announced that its board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of $ 0.21 per share, an increase of 5.0% …

Read More »

Rare FERC decision sparks heated debate over the commission’s role in assessing the climate impacts of pipelines

Dive brief: Federal energy regulatory commissioners reopened the debate on Thursday over whether federal regulators should take climate change into account when considering the environmental impacts of a pipeline project. The commissioners voted 3-2 to approve two pipeline projects proposed by the Northern Natural Gas Company in Minnesota and the …

Read More »

The fight against pipeline 3

This could be the beginning of the end of dependence on fossil fuels, as oil infrastructure companies like Enbridge and TC Energy face growing opposition from Indigenous peoples and environmental activists. Pipeline 3, originally built in 1961, is a crude oil pipeline, particularly tar sands, that runs from Alberta to …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Oil and Gas Pipeline Construction: Environmental Organizations File Legal Challenge to US Corps of Engineers National Permit 12 | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, PLLC

Download PDF The Sierra Club and other environmental organizations have filed a lawsuit for declarative and injunctive action (“suit”) in the United States District Court for the District of Montana against the United States Army Corps of Engineers (“Corps”) challenging his new clean water law. National permit (“NWP”) 12. NWP …

Read More »