June 2019 – PNW News

Oregon passes measure to better prepare for oil spills

LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER CRITICAL FRONT ON THE THIN GREEN LINE

NORTHWEST DOCTORS WEIGH IN ON FRACKED GAS

Woodfibre LNG tags BP as foundation buyer

DESPITE INSLEE’S OPPOSITION, GAS INDUSTRY STILL PLANS BIG EXPANSION IN THE PNW

Government to invest $275 million in Canada LNG

Jay Inslee proposes ending fossil fuel subsidies in latest proposal to combat climate crisis

Canada’s Senate Passes Energy Bills In Defeat For Oil Industry

Canada Government Set to Approve Trans Mountain Expansion

State Republican Senators Flee Oregon To Avoid Vote On Climate Bill

Bill requiring safety plans for oil trains in Oregon heads to Gov. Brown

Jordan Cove LNG backers claim high support from landowners for pipeline

Gas pipeline supporters claim high support from landowners (NOTE: Bull. S***)

Years after oil trains arrived, Oregon House passes spill planning bill

Lummi Nation, Washington Gov. Inslee join protest of Canadian oil pipeline approval

Washington leaders denounce approval of giant Canadian pipeline

Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion approved; oil-tanker traffic could soar in Northwest

For orcas’ sake, we will not give up the fight against Canada pipeline

Trudeau approves Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

Canada approval imminent: Pipeline will bring tankers to Washington waters

Canada reapproves contentious Pacific coast pipeline

Trans Mountain pipeline decision due today; it’s been a tough test for Canada’s Trudeau

North Dakota: Feds should stop Washington state’s rail rules

Oregon House proposes oil train fees to fund spill planning

Alaska oil producers to invest in natural gas line project

State lawmaker touts Kalama methanol plant — and works for company that’s trying to get it built

In Washington state, stronger regulation has led to fewer pipeline problems

The lessons of Bellingham’s Olympic Pipeline explosion

Alternative energy advocates stage protest, dance party