Democrats in the U.S. House want to use the budget process to reverse the 2017 law requiring oil lease sales in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Gleason, in a 110-page ruling Wednesday, said the Trump administration’s approval of the project under the National Environmental Policy Act was flawed.
The announcement calls for a new study that will be a supplement to the 2019 environmental impact statement conducted by the Trump administration.
New research on how climate change affects things built on or in permafrost shows this type of infrastructure will deteriorate faster than expected.
If dinosaurs were migrating, they would have had very little time to move to lower latitudes with newborns, which suggests that the animals did not, in fact migrate.
The Biden administration has moved to block development in the refuge — and AIDEA’s move could put the two sides on track for a battle in court.
Over the first two days, captains will haul the whaling boats up and show off their crews flags before cutting up the whale for the large communal feast.
Murkowski confronted Stone-Manning over the reversal of a BLM land action from the final days of the Trump administration.
A leaking Cook Inlet pipeline contributed to Hilcorp’s high methane escapement, but Hilcorp’s larger methane problems are in the Lower 48.
The Interior Department has suspended oil and gas leases in ANWR that were issued to Alaska’s state-owned economic development corporation and two smaller companies in the final days of Donald Trump’s presidency.