Advocate for justice to increase oil and gas exploration increase during special session of Environmental, Royalty and Owner

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Some cities say Big Oil should pay for climate damage

In the waning days of 2021, a grass fire broke out in Boulder County, Colorado. Fueled by extreme drought and high winds, the fire swept through the communities of Superior and Louisville. Within hours, it had destroyed more than a thousand structures — making the Marshall fire the most destructive in the state’s history. The … Read more

Mexican lawmakers are voting on a controversial power reform bill

Mexico City, April 17 (Reuters) – Mexican lawmakers are set to vote Sunday on a constitutional amendment led by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, seeking to increase control of the electricity market at the expense of private operators. The left-wing leader has sought to consolidate more power in the hands of the government and has … Read more

Germany plans to accelerate greenhouse gas expansion

Berlin, April 6, 2010 (FBC) The German Ministry of Economy and Climate Change on Wednesday issued a statement on Wednesday stating that the country needs to reduce its dependence on Russian fossils, which will increase the urgency of its green transition plans. The three parties, which include the German government, have outlined their ambitious plans … Read more

The battle on the Wind Line will lead to the Missouri Senate.

Wind turbines will be parked on Friday, February 2, 2018 in the field near Northwood, Iowa. Opponents of wind power are successfully stopping or rejecting wind power projects across the country. Criticism of wind turbines is nothing new, but this recent uprising is raising many issues and halting progress. (AP Photo / Charlie Neibergall) Associated … Read more

Aera opposes Governor Frank’s ban

Bakersfield-based oil producer Era Energy LLC filed a lawsuit this week seeking to overturn a ban on the controversial oil field technique, known as Newcom Administration Fraction, at least a fourth. Wednesday’s lawsuit alleges that the Kern County High Court has barred 49 application licenses from the West Kern North and South Belgian oil fields … Read more

The rewards are so great that legal battle over Kerr oil licenses is looming.

Given the political focus on Sacramento’s role in the slow pace of high barrel prices, nothing to do with the long-running legal battle in the Kern County High Court next month will affect the speed of local drilling activity. A hearing scheduled for April 28 will determine whether the changes made by the county government … Read more

The rewards are so great that legal battle over Kerr oil licenses is looming.

Given the political focus on Sacramento’s role in the slow pace of high barrel prices, nothing to do with the long-running legal battle in the Kern County High Court next month will affect the speed of local drilling activity. A hearing scheduled for April 28 will determine whether the changes made by the county government … Read more

Illinois Attorney General sues pipeline operator over oil spill in Edwardsville

From staff reports Edwardsville – Illinois Attorney General sues operator over last week’s release of at least 163,000 gallons of crude oil in a creek near Edwardsville. The lawsuit, filed by Attorney General Kwame Raúl, alleges that the leak “posed a serious threat to the environment and public health and safety.” The liquid created a … Read more

New Cannabis Oil Cleans Legislative Committees.

ATLANTA – Georgia lawmakers are set to launch the state’s long-delayed medical marijuana program. The House of Representatives Committee on Monday approved a new RFP proposal to repeal the current program and increase marijuana production in Georgia and convert the crop to low-THC oil. Also on Monday, the Georgia Senate Regulatory Industries Committee reopened a … Read more