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Demonstrators against the Keystone XL pipeline marched in Lincoln, Neb. on Aug. 6, one day before the Nebraska Public Service Commission began a five-day public hearing to decide whether to approve the Keystone XL pipeline's route through the state. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

Keystone XL oil pipeline faces critical decision

By John Siciliano |
Climate change activists are vowing to continue fighting the project if the state's Public Service Commission decides to approve it.

Keystone pipeline shuts down after 5,000-barrel leak

By Josh Siegel |

The pipeline developer said the leak happened in an agricultural area and there have been no reports of the oil entering waterways or water....

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Daily on Energy: 'Fake news' being used in grid wargames

By John Siciliano and Josh Siegel |

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Senate approves Trump's controversial nominee to lead mine safety agency

By Josh Siegel |

Rhino Resources, under the nominee's leadership, was accused by the same agency he is set to lead of having a history of safety violations.

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