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Appeals Court Allows Bayou Bridge Pipeline Construction to Continue

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has overruled a trial court and allowed construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline to continue.  In allowing construction to continue, the appellate court stated that it is likely that the district judge’s decision to stop construction was an “abuse of discretion.” 376 more words

Russia's Support of Environmentalists is Paying Off

Drew Johnson of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance makes an interesting observation in a commentary published in The Wall Street Journal. During late January, a Russian tanker from Siberia carrying natural gas arrived in Boston Harbor in which Johnson points out: 255 more words


Washington Governor Jay Inslee backs B.C. in Trans Mountain expansion fight

British Columbia has a major political ally on board in the fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline. Washington Governor Jay Inslee, rumoured to be a potential Democratic presidential candidate in 2020, is pledging to do what he can to support B.C.’s push to stop an increase in bitumen flow to the west coast. 348 more words


Alberta minister apologizes for calling B.C. government 's**theads'

Alberta’s minister of economic development and trade is apologizing for some choice words directed as his counterparts on the other side of the Rockies.

Deron Bilous called the B.C. 448 more words


Alberta politicians vote unanimously to back Premier Notley in Trans Mountain pipeline dispute

Alberta politicians have passed a motion to back Premier Rachel Notley’s battle for the Trans Mountain oil pipeline, but division remains on how to carry the fight. 710 more words


No veto expected for pipeline project

Last year, Gov. Kate Brown vetoed $1.8 million to help build 3.3 miles of underground pipes for the Rogue River Valley Irrigation District to provide more water for fish, farmers and the Agate Reservoir. 61 more words

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