A Bakken consortium of companies aiming to stop pipeline leaks altogether is attracting out-of-state, out-of-Bakken interest. The iPIPE consortium recently accepted its first out-of-state member, DCP Midstream, a Colorado-based subsidiary of Phillips 66.
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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz presented his first state budget proposal this week. The Democratic governor’s plan would spend $49.5 billion over two years, an 8.6 percent increase over the current budget cycle.
Cre8’s motto is “Bath time is now fun time,” but Cre8 does more than have fun in the tub.
The state Assembly’s Environmental Conservation Committee has more than 240 bills before it during this year’s session, and quite a few could have an impact on the Adirondacks if passed.
A Clatonia restaurant announced plans to relocate to Beatrice and will operate in the Indian Creek Mall.
Wyoming is no stranger to coal firm bankruptcies, but the Westmoreland Coal Company story is unique in a few ways, from the mine-to-power plant operation to a unionized workforce and unexpected buyer.
At least one new business is already in the works for the still-under-construction portion of Russell Street near the Clark Fork River.
South Dakota state Senators, on Wednesday, approved a bill that will allow the state’s Game, Fish and Parks Department to create special “Hunts for Habitat” hunting license packages.
BOISE — U.S. Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho, said he has no worry about a threat from Russia, saying Russia is “the most overrated country on the face of the planet.”
Now that Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s Environmental Protection Agency has shut down a facility accused of releasing unsafe levels a carcinogen into a residential area, Illinois lawmakers are targeting other facilities in Illinois.