(Amy Sisk, Inside Energy)
The two presidential candidates' views on energy development look nothing alike, but the outcome on election day could have wide repercussions in the energy world. That is especially true for states like...
(Renée Jean, Williston Herald )
Construction resumed on the state's largest crude oil pipeline as of late Monday, while the federal government, meanwhile, held its first listening session to review consultation procedures for...
( Associated Press, ABC News)
A federal appeals court panel had tough questions Wednesday for opponents of the $3.8 billion, four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline who are arguing to keep a temporary stop of construction in place for...
(Associated Press, Bismarck Tribune )
WASHINGTON (AP) - A three-judge federal appeals court panel is set to hear a dispute over the $3.8 billion four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia...
(Bismarck Tribune )
Five rules governing oil work sites have been delayed by an interim committee with the likelihood they will not be implemented this construction season.
"Now, we'll have lost a construction season," said...
(Associated Press, Star Tribune)
BISMARCK, N.D. - A North Dakota state inspection of an oil pipeline site has found no sign of the Native American artifacts or human remains that an American Indian Tribe says are present, the state's chief...