Planting

Judge Orders Competency Exam for Bomb Suspect

A federal judge has ordered that a 40-year-old Oklahoma man accused of planting a homemade explosive device under a natural gas pipeline be given a mental health competency exam to determine if he is fit to stand trial.

August 23, 2011

Bombings Don’t Stop British Columbia Pipeline

Protesters who tried to halt sour-gas production in northern British Columbia (BC) by planting bombs at four industry sites have lost their war. Development of the hazardous natural gas reserves, laced with lethal hydrogen-sulphide, will continue and possibly expand under a ruling handed down March 26 by Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB).

March 30, 2009

Bombings Don’t Deter British Columbia Sour Gas Pipeline

Protesters who tried to halt sour-gas production in northern British Columbia (BC) by planting bombs at four industry sites have lost their war. Development of the hazardous natural gas reserves, laced with lethal hydrogen-sulphide, will continue and possibly expand under a ruling handed down March 26 by Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB).

March 30, 2009

Terra Set to Resume Ammonia Production at Yazoo City

Lower natural gas prices and the approach of the spring planting season have prompted Terra Industries to plan the restart of ammonia production on March 1 at its plants in Yazoo City, MS, and Billingham, Teesside, UK.

February 28, 2006

FERC Could Destroy Future Energy Infrastructure

The current commissioners on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission “may be planting the seeds for a massive failure of the energy infrastructure,” a veteran market analyst said on Wednesday, citing “the most unprecedented and blatantly political decision” made by FERC’s chief law judge against El Paso Corp.

October 14, 2002

FERC Could Destroy Future Energy Infrastructure

The current commissioners on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission “may be planting the seeds for a massive failure of the energy infrastructure,” a veteran market analyst said on Wednesday, citing “the most unprecedented and blatantly political decision” made by FERC’s chief law judge against El Paso Corp.

October 11, 2002