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By Allen Brooks on June 22, 2011
Last week Hess Corp. announced it was withdrawing its application to construct an LNG receiving terminal in the Providence, Rhode Island area. A local newspaper congratulated itself that its editorials helped mobilize the opposition it credits with stopping the terminal. Not surprisingly, New England has little appreciation for the energy business, except when oil prices […]
By Allen Brooks on June 21, 2011
Future Of Petroleum Framed By Politics And Economics Environmentalists Hit BOEMRE With Suit Over Gulf Permits Green Energies Clash And Suffer Under Renewable Mandate Is High Unemployment Destined As The New Normal? People Starting To Connect Dots Of Renewable Energy Cost U.S. Hurricane Forecast Explains How 2011 Could Be Worse read more Source: Energy Musings
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