Resent research in JPER details the role of planners in protecting the public from the risks associated with pipelines (open access until August 15, 2014). Blog Post
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As the Keystone XL pipeline project remains mired in political muck, a second pipeline project is quietly moving toward approval.
Aug 12, 2013 Grist
With a decision over the fate of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline by expected later this year, John M. Broder wonders whether an environmental quid pro quo could deliver a major climate policy victory in exchange for the pipeline's approval.
May 9, 2013 The New York Times
Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski believes that politicians of both parties will support her five energy objectives: Make it abundant, affordable, clean, diverse and secure. Will it provide a 'conversation starter' to frame federal policy?
Feb 11, 2013 The Hill's Blog Briefing Room
The public is increasingly showing support for hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas - and it's reflected at the ballot box as many pro-drilling candidates were elected. In fact, the debate has shifted from banning to what to do with new tax revenue.
Nov 24, 2012 USA Today
Pres. Obama was accused of 'waging a war on coal' - rightly or wrongly, and the fossil fuel industry pumped funds heavily into his opponent's campaign, while environmentalists backed the president. How will this affect federal energy policy?
Nov 9, 2012 The Washington Post - Health & Science