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N.D. holds cap-and-trade key

July 23, 2009

In the global warming debate, sparsely populated North Dakota could prove to be the deciding factor. With two Democratic Senators, both of whom sit on committees holding court on the House climate bill, the state known for its badlands could possess crucial swing votes. Full Story >>

Gas production nears nuclear blast site

July 23, 2009

In 1969, a nuclear device three times as powerful as the bomb dropped on Hiroshima was detonated 8,400 feet below Colorado. Today, Colorado's gas rich Piceance Basin is drawing producers, putting it at the heart of the hydraulic fracturing debate. Full Story >>

CEOs offer differing views

July 22, 2009

The CEOs of two of the largest oilfield service companies in the country offer slightly differing views on the near future of the industry. Full Story >>

Top lawyer plugs natural gas

July 21, 2009

Natural gas producers have found an unlikely ally in noted environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy, the Natural Resources Defense Council's senior attorney and head of water conservation group Waterkeepers. Full Story >>

Boren unhappy with House bills

July 21, 2009

Oklahoma's lone Democrat in Washington, D.C., Congressman Dan Boren gave a less-than-enthusiastic appraisal of his party's energy proposals. Full Story >>



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