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TransCanada Says Oil Leak Estimated at Keystone Pipeline May be 16,800 Gallons

TransCanada Says Oil Leak Estimated at Keystone Pipeline May be 16,800 Gallons

On Saturday, the oil leak that was discovered on the keystone pipeline and forced a part of it to be shut down appears to be spilling more oil than expected by TransCanada initially.

Renewable Energy Advocates Offer Support of Solar Energy Bill Calling it a Short-Term Fix

Renewable Energy Advocates Offer Support of Solar Energy Bill Calling it a Short

Advocates of renewable energy are offering a somewhat tepid support to a concessional solar energy bill which could head to Republican Governor Charlie Baker's office.

TransCanada Corp to Keep a Part of Keystone Pipeline Shut for Remaining of the Week

TransCanada Corp to Keep a Part of Keystone Pipeline Shut for Remaining of the W

On Monday, TransCanada Corp. said the company had shut down some portions of its Keystone oil pipeline for this week as it investigates a likely oil leak in South Dakota.

On Saturday, workers discovered and reported signs of oil on a small patch of land approximately four miles from the Freeman pump station said the Canadian pipeline operator.

Odebrecht SA of Brazil is Selling Worth $3.4 Billion Assets

Odebrecht SA of Brazil is Selling Worth $3.4 Billion Assets

CEO of Brazilian construction company Odebrecht SA said the company plans to sell assets worth about 12 billion reais or approximately $3.4 billion for meeting debt obligations.

Two Wyoming Coal Mines to Cut Jobs

Two Wyoming Coal Mines to Cut Jobs

It's not a good time for the coal mine workers in Wyoming as two coal mines said they are trimming fifteen percent of their work force each.

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