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Warmer-Than-Normal Autumn Across Northeast, WSI Says

Warmer-than-normal temperatures will dominate in the Northeast from September through November, while cooler-than-average conditions will be in place in parts of the Southeast and along the Pacific Coast, according to forecaster WSI Corp. of Andover, MA, which also reiterated its “active” hurricane season prognostication.

September 1, 2008

Forecaster: ‘High Probability’ for Active Atlantic Storm Season

London-based Tropical Storm Risk (TSR) is forecasting 2007 Atlantic basin and U.S. landfalling tropical cyclone activity will be about 75% above the 1950-2006 norm, the highest March forecast for activity in any year since the forecaster began issuing real-time forecasts in 1984. Based on current and projected climate signals, TSR said there is a “high probability” for an active hurricane season.

March 22, 2007

Senate Panel Passes Coalbed Methane Bill

The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee passed S.1950, the Powder River Basin Resource Development Act, by a voicevote last week. Wyoming Sens. Craig Thomas and Mike Enzi said itprovides for the fair and expeditious resolution of conflictsbetween oil and gas producers and coal producers with overlappingleases in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming and southern Montana.

June 12, 2000

Senate Panel Marks Up Coalbed Methane Bill

The U.S. Senate Energy Committee passed S. 1950, the PowderRiver Basin Resource Development Act, by a voice vote yesterday.Sens. Craig Thomas and Mike Enzi (R-WY) said it provides for thefair and expeditious resolution of conflicts between oil and gasproducers and coal producers with overlapping leases in the PowderRiver Basin in Wyoming and southern Montana.

June 8, 2000
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