Environmental

TransCanada Keystone Pipeline Spills Over 200,000 Gallons Of Oil In South Dakota

On Thursday morning TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline reportedly spilled 210,000 gallons of oil in Marshall County, South Dakota The leak was detected around 5:45 am after TransCanada noticed a loss of pressure According to the company, the spill was “completely isolated” within fifteen minutes The massive spill comes as TransCanada awaits approval for the Keystone XL from Nebraska As TransCanada waits ...

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DHS Plans On Conducting Chemical Tests At Chilocco Campus Near Newkirk Oklahoma

The Department of Homeland Security is planning on conducting multiple chemical tests at Chilocco Indian School Campus near Newkirk, Oklahoma DHS plans to release low-levels of inert chemical and biological stimulant materials outside of the campus S&T is studying the penetration capabilities of a biological stimulant against buildings People have until December 8, to voice their argument against the upcoming tests ...

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Makwa Initiative: How You Can Help The Line 3 Frontline Resistance

The Makwa Initiative has become the frontline resistance camp against Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Program Enbridge plans to replace the Line 3 Pipeline and abandon the current pipe where it lays The Makwa Camp was formed in August as a sign of resistance against the Line 3 project Two member’s of the camp were arrested on Wednesday during a lockdown ...

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More Than 100 Dead After 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Mexico City

More than 100 reported dead after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake tore through the Central Mexico area It is reported that at least 116 are confirmed dead following the massive quake The earthquakes depth was reported to be 33 miles making it a more dangerous shallow quake The earthquake occurred on the anniversary of an 8.2 earthquake that killed at 9,500 ...

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Large Fire Reported At Valero Energy’s Port Arthur Refinery

Large fire reported at Valero Energy’s Port Arthur refinery The fire was reported around noon at the 335,000 barrels a day refinery Valero shutdown the refinery nearly three weeks ago in preparation for Hurricane Harvey It is unknown if the fire was caused by restarting the refinery or as a result from Harvey No injuries were reported but residents in ...

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Guess Who’s Attacking Unsuspecting Joggers in Kansas City

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Kansas City early birds, be wary of these early … owls. They’re attacking people. In the city. Leaving puncture wounds in the scalp of at least one unfortunate early morning runner — the hapless victim of a dive bomb fly-by carried out by a humungous owl — one with wings massive enough, a powerful “whoosh” was audible to the man ...

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Dakota Access Pipeline Owners Sue Greenpeace And Other Environmental Groups

Dakota Access Pipeline owners sue Greenpeace along with other environmental groups Earth First!, BankTrack, Red Warrior, along with other groups are named in the lawsuit Energy Transfer Partners claim the environmental groups as “eco-terrorists” that are using certain events for personal gain Resolute Forest Products filed a similar lawsuit against Greenpeace in May of 2016 The company behind the controversial ...

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