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Keystone XL developer seeks different approval for route

Former Gov. Dave Heineman approved the Nebraska route in 2013 under a state law that allowed TransCanada to use eminent domain against holdout landowners, but opponents sued and the project has been mired in state courts ever since.

Keystone XL developer drops landowner lawsuits in Nebraska

The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline is shifting course in Nebraska and will withdraw lawsuits seeking to gain access to the property of landowners who oppose the project, the company announced Tuesday.
Alaska's North Slope.  (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / The Houston Chronicle)

Alaska’s Walker brushes aside reserves tax criticism

Gov. Bill Walker on Friday brushed aside criticism from Republican lawmakers that they were blindsided by his call to reinstate the gas reserves tax during the upcoming special session.

Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak, center, speaks with the media as he arrives in front of EU headquarters in Brussels on Friday, Sept. 25, 2015. Russia and Ukraine resumed talks on Friday in Brussels, aimed at trying to clinch a deal guaranteeing that Ukraine will receive shipments of Russian natural gas this winter. (AP Photo/Thierry Monasse)

Russia, Ukraine reach deal on winter gas supplies

Russia and Ukraine ended months of uncertainty and finally reached agreement Friday on supplies of natural gas to Ukraine for the coming winter, a high-ranking European Union official announced.
Alaska Gov. Bill Walker (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen, File)

Gas pipeline is focus of Alaska special session

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker on Thursday called lawmakers into special session to kick-start stalled consideration of the Alaska natural gas pipeline project
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Regulators find Plains All American kept shoddy records

Federal regulators say the pipeline company responsible for a Central California oil spill kept shoddy records on emergency training and how it would protect pristine coastline in the event of an accident.
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Holly Energy Partners buys Enbridge’s stake in Frontier line

Holly Energy Partners said Thursday it had bought out Enbridge’s 50 percent stake in the Frontier Pipeline for an undisclosed amount.
Categories: Pipelines
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2 crew members injured after pipeline ruptures in Gulf

The cause of the rupture is under investigation.
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Iowa board gets 3,700 objections on proposed oil pipeline

A utilities board that will soon decide whether to allow a private company to build an oil pipeline in Iowa says it has received roughly 3,700 objections on the project.
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Hundreds march to protest proposed natural gas pipeline

Those against PennEast’s proposal said during the mile-long march they’re concerned the pipeline would badly damage the landscape and natural resources in the region, and lower property values.