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Imperial Oil Withdraws Megaload Permit Application

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — The Canadian company building an oil sands project in northern Alberta has withdrawn its application to haul oversized loads of oil field equipment over Lolo Pass and through northwestern Montana into Canada

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Helena Officials Concerned About Coal Trains

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Helena City Commission plans a public hearing Monday about asking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to examine potential problems with an increased number of coal trains traveling through the city

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EPA Has Concerns for Keystone Pipeline Near Coast

HOUSTON (AP) — A Canadian company seeking to build a pipeline to transport crude oil from Canada to Gulf Coast refineries has submitted a new application for the southern segment of the project that avoids sensitive wetlands in Texas

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Seattle Opposes Coal-Export Ports

SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle City Council has unanimously passed a resolution opposing the development of coal-export terminals in Washington state over concerns about increased train traffic and potential harm to health and the environment

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RFK Jr. Calls Coal ‘Corrupting’ at Portland Rally

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says a proposal to bring coal to Oregon and Washington state will lead to political corruption and environmental damage, while the actual number of jobs it will create is minimal

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Schweitzer Bullish on 2013 Pipeline Construction

Gov. Brian Schweitzer is hoping for construction to start in early 2013 on the Keystone XL pipeline after a recent meeting with its builders.

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Montana Looking for Fishery Damage from Oil Spill

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has collected samples from fish in the Yellowstone River as part of a process to determine if the fishery was damaged by last year's oil spill and if Exxon Mobil Corp. should pay for restoration work.

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Amazing New Earth-Friendly LED Bulb Will Last 20 Years [VIDEO]

Would you buy a $50 light bulb? Before you answer, consider this: it’ll last you upwards of 20 years and pay for itself several times over.

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Fracking Is Good For Montanans


By Carl Graham, CEO, Montana Policy Institute


So what’s all the fuss about fracking? Its most vocal opponents charge that fracking will burn your water, pollute your air, and cause the very ground to shift beneath you. The oil and gas industry obviously disagree. So who’s right?In the Wyoming case, the EPA came out with a

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As Bakken Oil Booms, Police Prepare for Change

Booming oil production in the Northern Plains is spurring law enforcement from the U.S. and Canada to gird for a spike in crimes ranging from drug trafficking to prostitution.

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