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TransCanada resumes oil shipments through Keystone Pipeline

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — TransCanada Corp. has resumed sending oil through the Keystone Pipeline after a weeklong shutdown prompted by a leak and oil spill in southeastern South Dakota. The pipeline came back online Sunday, but with a reduced pressure under a controlled restart whose terms were ordered by the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. TransCanada also will ...

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Mexico thieves build tunnel, camouflaged truck to steal oil

Mexico thieves build tunnel, camouflaged trucks to steal oil

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Authorities in central Mexico say thieves built a camouflaged truck to transport fuel stolen from government pipelines. Police found a tunnel built by pipeline thieves in the same state of Guanajuato last week. The discoveries show the sophistication of thieves who drill taps into state-owned pipelines thousands of times every year to steal gasoline and diesel. ...

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Climate change lawsuit by 21 youths takes big step forward

Delay of clean power plan stokes worries about Paris treaty

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The federal government and big energy companies lost an important round Friday in their effort to block a climate change lawsuit by young plaintiffs who contend the U.S. is failing to protect them from the harmful effects of greenhouse gas emissions. U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin in Eugene rejected motions by the U.S. government and trade ...

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Vietnam demands that China move oil rig

Vietnam demands that China move oil rig

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Vietnam demanded Friday that China remove an oil exploration rig from an area of the South China Sea where their border is still being demarcated, and said Beijing’s unilateral actions were complicating regional tensions. The oil rig was at the center of a standoff between the countries in 2014 when China parked it near the Paracel ...

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World Bank hikes aid to poor nations fighting global warming

WASHINGTON (AP) — The World Bank is boosting spending on climate change by 50 percent to help poorer countries battle global warming and power 150 million homes with renewable energy. The bank released a 59-page climate action plan Thursday designed to help less developed nations meet global warming goals that countries set last December in Paris. The international financial organization ...

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Venezuela orders long weekends to stave off power crisis

CARCAS, Venezuela (AP) — Public employees in Venezuela will take long weekends for two months under the government’s latest bid to ease a nationwide power crisis. President Nicolas Maduro announced late Wednesday that he would sign a decree giving state workers a Friday furlough for 60 days. Together with other measures, he hopes to reduce electricity consumption by at least ...

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Top 5 Bakken news stories – April 2-8

top 5 bakken news stories april 2-8

It’s been a slow week in the Bakken so this week’s recap brings you a mixture of for sale signs in the Marcellus, Exxon getting probed, Texas losing more jobs, and OPEC members announcing a potential production freeze. Exciting! And… because you, dear reader, earned it: a bonus story at the end of the page! Have you ever wondered how ...

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