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U.S. transportation officials don't review how railroads would handle worst-case oil train disasters like last summer's derailment in Quebec, which killed 47 people in a fiery explosion.
A new academic paper on biofuels was released this week, and some media outlets have reached sweeping conclusions.
A bill progressing through the Minnesota legislature would prevent homeowners associations from banning solar panels.
Ohio’s natural gas utilities are replacing more than 11,000 miles of the state’s aging gas pipe mains, a program that carries a price tag of more than $6 billion.
A federal judge on Friday struck down a Minnesota law requiring carbon offsets for imported coal power, saying the provision violated the Commerce Clause.
Xcel sets off bidding war for solar power in Minnesota • Critics call out Ohio lawmaker for behavior during energy bill hearings • North Dakota drillers push back against calls to slow down production • Michigan regulators concerned about reliability on Upper Peninsula
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