We're not saying that the DEA should crack down on ConocoPhillips, but, yeah, the DEA should crack down on ConocoPhillips.
The aptly-named Noble Discoverer appears to have run aground in remote Alaska, just to demonstrate Shell's sheer competence.
An endangered chicken in Oklahoma may slightly slow down the oil industry's ability to pull in scads of money. This will not stand.
This tragedy is only the latest in a string of fuel transport-related disasters.
Yesterday, we worried about pipelines. Today: trains.
The actions of the owner of a pipeline that dumped a million gallons of tar-sands oil into the Kalamazoo River made a bad situation worse.
While Montana is home to only 0.3 percent of America's population, it controls 2 percent of the Senate. And that 2 percent supports Keystone.
Not that a fella can't dream.
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