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A state agency rejects a plan designed to ship coal to Asia.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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An overdue environmental exam at BP's Cherry Point facility highlights the potential for mass export of crude oil.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
With the assist of a friendly Conservative government in Canada, Big Energy wins a skirmish. How will it affect the larger battle over coal and oil exports?READ MORE 32 COMMENTS
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