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Will the coronavirus kill the oil industry and help save the climate?

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  • – The Guardian – 4/1/20

Commentary: Outbreak shows we can confront climate change

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  • – HeraldNet – 3/31/20

Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Find Opposition Within: Staff Scientists

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  • – The New York Times – 3/27/20

The Constitutional Option to Fight the Climate Crisis

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  • – The American Prospect – 3/27/20

Virus Leads Pipeline Agency to Ease Job Qualification Rules

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  • – Bloomberg – 3/23/20

3 States Pass Anti-Pipeline Protest Bills in Two Weeks

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  • – EcoWatch – 3/30/20

TC Energy to Build Keystone XL Pipeline

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  • – Oil & Gas 360 – 3/31/20

What the Coronavirus Curve Teaches Us About Climate Change

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  • – Politico – 3/26/20

PJM’s Compliance Plan Doesn’t End FERC Order’s Threat to Renewables, Experts Say

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  • – Greentech Media – 3/20/20

PHMSA Issues Final Rule on Underground Natural Gas Storage Safety Establishing a Phased-in, Multi-Year Timeframe for Integrity Management

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  • – JD Supra – 3/21/20

Coronavirus may get America to pass its biggest climate bill yet

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  • – Quartz – 3/25/20

Governments have ‘historic opportunity’ to accelerate clean energy transition, IEA says

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FERC approves Jordan Cove, moves to boost transmission

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  • – E&E News – 3/19/20

DOE, other US agencies embrace ‘social distancing’ to weather coronavirus

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  • – S&P Global – 3/17/20

Judge strikes down Ohio fracking on NEPA grounds

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  • – E&E Energywire – 3/16/20

Coronavirus Is Wiping Out Billions In Clean Energy Investments

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Fracking Needs a Shakeout, Not a Bailout

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  • – The Washington Post – 3/12/20

Democratic Senators push to include FERC reform in comprehensive Senate energy bill

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  • – Utility Dive – 3/9/20

How Coronavirus Could Set Back the Fight Against Climate Change

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  • – Time – 3/10/20

What would happen if the world reacted to climate change like it’s reacting to the coronavirus?

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  • – Fast Company – 3/10/20

Polar ice caps melting six times faster than in 1990s

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  • – The Guardian – 3/11/20

Trump Administration Presses Cities to Evict Homeowners from Flood Zones

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  • – The New York Times – 3/11/20

Green Energy’s $10 Trillion Revolution Faces Oil Crash Test

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  • – Bloomberg Green – 3/9/20

How Europe’s Border Carbon Tax Plan Could Force the U.S. To Act on Climate Change

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  • – Time – 3/4/20

US Senate panel again moves FERC nominee, amid debate over partisanship

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  • – S&P Global – 3/3/20

Trump administration moving to allow railroads to haul liquefied natural gas. Opponents say it’s a risk.

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  • – Washington Post – 3/3/20

Will simple economics deal fatal blow to long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline?

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  • – Omaha World-Herald 3/2/20

Sweeping Senate Energy Bill Could Come to a Vote This Week

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  • – Greentech Media – 3/2/20

Fossil fuels for power at turning point as renewables surged in 2019: data

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  • – Reuters – 3/3/20

Can you really negate your carbon emissions? Carbon offsets, explained.

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  • – Vox – 2/27/20

FERC Asserts Authority: Declaratory Order Says Eminent Domain Exempted From State Sovereign Immunity

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  • – JD Supra – 2/25/20

Pipelines Continue to Catch Fire and Explode

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  • – FrackTracker – 2/21/20

Energy giant drops proposed Constitution Pipeline

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  • – The Daily Star – 2/25/20

Climate change: how do I cope with our planet’s inevitable decline?

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  • – The Conversation – 2/27/20

Wind has become the ‘most-used’ source of renewable electricity generation in the US

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  • – CNBC – 2/27/20

Cheap Gas Imperils Climate Fight by Undercutting Wind and Solar

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  • – Bloomberg – 2/14/20

Climate Change Rises as a Public Priority. But It’s More Partisan Than Ever.

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  • – The New York Times – 2/20/20

Oil and gas firms ‘have had far worse climate impact than thought’

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  • – The Guardian – 2/19/20

Why the U.S. faces a steep path to a CO2-free grid

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  • – E&E News – 2/19/20

Solar, wind and batteries expected to outpace new gas-powered generation in Texas

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  • – Houston Chronicle – 2/17/20

Planting Trees Won’t Save the World

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  • – The New York Times – 2/12/2020

FERC Defends Tolling Orders in Atlantic Sunrise Case, Makes Effort to Appease Critics

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  • – Natural Gas Intelligence – 2/11/20

Erring on the side of trampling on states’ rights

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  • – Utility Dive – 2/10/20

How Louisiana Lawmakers Stop Residents’ Efforts to Fight Big Oil and Gas

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  • – ProPublica – 2/7/20

Correcting Anti-Renewable Energy Propaganda

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  • – Clean Technica – 2/9/2020

Energy Emissions Stall as Rich Nations Kick Their Coal Habit

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  • – Bloomberg – 2/11/20

The world’s oceans are speeding up — another mega-scale consequence of climate change

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  • – The Washington Post – 2/5/20

FERC reorganizes to address landowner disputes

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  • – E&E Greenwire – 2/3/20

Divided FERC Finds Pipeline Companies Can Seize State-Owned Interests

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  • – JD Supra – 2/3/20

Bumblebees’ decline points to mass extinction – study

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  • – The Guardian – 2/6/20