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The ruling states that the project to update four pump stations and control systems along the 800-mile line, known as Strategic Reconfigurations, was “imprudently” managed.
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has subpoenaed documents from Exxon Mobil following reports the oil giant funded — and then suppressed — research exposing the risks of climate change decades ago.
The recent surge in domestic oil and gas production offers an opportunity for the United States and China to collaborate, according to a new report.
The company’s pushback comes amid mounting calls for a federal investigation of the issue, with Democratic presidential candidates and lawmakers calling for a Big Tobacco-style racketeering case.
New offshore safety rules would make drilling some wells too difficult, industry lobbyists tell White House
More than a dozen oil companies and drilling contractors joined leading industry trade groups in pushing back against proposed federal mandates for offshore wells they say would make some impossible to drill. The proposed requirements were spurred by the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
Plains All American lab tests show oil from pipeline spill spread along hundreds of miles of California coastline
Houston-based Plains All American Pipeline released a summary of the lab tests on Friday, as state and federal lawmakers intensified their scrutiny of the company’s ruptured Line 901 and the oil spill near Santa Barbara last month.
PBF Energy on Thursday announced plans to spend $322 million to buy a refinery and pipelines outside of New Orleans in a deal that gives the company a new footprint in the booming Gulf Coast refining corridor.
Assistant Attorney General John Cruden said the company did not admit liability as part of the agreement.
The Texas oil giant paid for emergency training for local responders, fisheries improvement projects on the river and new leak detection equipment for the state.
It’s unknown whether the plaintiffs plan to appeal.