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Energy Pipelines Controversial Now, But One Helped Win World War II
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Energy Pipelines Controversial Now, But One Helped Win World War II

Oil and gas pipelines have become flashpoints in discussions of climate change. From the Atlantic coast to the Dakotas, pipelines that would deliver fossil fuels to customers have sparked protests and legal challenges. The Keystone XL pipeline, which was designed to carry oil from Alberta tar sands to refineries on

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Halliburton Readies for Years of Expansion

Halliburton Readies for Years of Expansion

For the first time in seven years, Halliburton Co., the biggest provider of fracking services, is expanding in both U.S. and foreign markets as spending recovers in the global energy industry. “The economy feels more than 2% shut in, so the demand growth is there,” Chief Executive Officer Jeff Miller said Tuesday

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We cannot depend on foreign energy

We cannot depend on foreign energy

Fifty years ago, the Arab Oil Embargo caused gasoline prices to skyrocket, forced Americans to languish in long gas lines, and prompted the United States to re-think its foreign policy. We quickly learned that being beholden to foreign cartels for our energy was a threat to our national security. After

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Preston Pipe Report – July 2021

(by Paul Vivian and Rick Preckel, www.prestonpipe.com) Market Monitor – Last month we wrote about the reminder that PHMSA sent out regarding pipeline owner and

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