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Op-Ed: Russia calling Greenpeace protest a 'foreign plot'

The 28 Greenpeace International activists arrested on charges of piracy on Sept. 19 are still being detained in Russia. They are now facing up to 10 years in prison for "Hooliganism." But to call there protest a foreign plot is more than a bit ludicrous.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Video: Greenpeace protest Shell at the Belgian Grand Prix

Using banners to make their point, Greenpeace activists staged a very effective protest against Shell's Arctic oil drilling at the Belgian Grand Prix on August 25.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Radioactive material lost by Halliburton, in Texas

Pecos - Don't pick it up, it may look innocuous, and it doesn't look at all dangerous, but if it looks like a metal cylinder and it's between Pecos Texas and Odessa, just leave it where it is and call 911.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 7 comments

Research: almost all recent U.S. earthquakes are likely man-made

In the past decade there has been a remarkable increase in earthquake activity in the U.S.A. A U.S. Geological Survey research team says that these earthquakes are "almost certainly man-made."
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 18 comments

First oil well drilled in northern Afghanistan

The pumping of crude oil from northern Afghanistan will soon be a reality now that construction of the first well is underway. The value of oil fields in northern Afghanistan were recently pegged as being worth billions of dollars.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 3 comments

Canada's looser offshore oil drilling rules a cause for concern

Ottawa - Canada used to have fairly strict regulations for offshore oil extraction endeavours, but if you ask the oil industry, the Canadian government hasn't gone far enough on relaxing the rules.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 3 comments

Shell hoping to end legal fight in bid to drill oil in Arctic

Portland - Shell had won a bidding war to successfully nab a couple of oil leases back in 2005 for the Beaufort Sea. But after a legal challenge in 2007, Shell was forced to suspend it's oil exploration activities.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 2 comments

Democrats Fail With 'Use It or Lose It' Again

Using the suspension of the rules calender, House Democrats failed to acquire a two-thirds majority which would require oil and gas companies to use or lose the lands they have leased from the federal government for oil drilling.
In the Media by Dave Giza - 6 comments
 

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