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Woman Injured At Standing Rock Protest Might Lose Arm, Family Says

Sophia Wilansky, a 21-year-old protester, has been hospitalized with a gruesome injury. Protesters say it was caused by a police concussion grenade; police say they have not been using grenades.

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Chesapeake Energy’s Downfall Is Another Oil Company’s Gain

The U.S. oil and gas industry was shocked on Wednesday by the sudden death of one of its most influential executives. Aubrey McClendon was killed after driving his SUV into a concrete embankment, a day after being indicted on bid rigging and price … Continue reading

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North Dakota Oilfields: One Place Without Enough Lawyers

Steve Fischer finished law school in Ohio in 2010 — one of the worst years to graduate in recent memory. Less than 70 percent of law school grads who passed the bar in Ohio that year landed a job as an attorney. He finally … Continue reading

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The “Comic-Con” of Energy Conferences Wraps Up in Houston

The huge annual energy gathering known as CERA Week wrapped up on Friday in Houston. The conference, now in its 34th year, brings energy industry leaders and experts together alongside policymakers – and more than a few bomb-sniffing dogs – … Continue reading

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Ran Off The Rig: An Oil Worker’s Diary

PRODUCER’S NOTE: When oil prices fall, like they’ve done over the last six months, one of the first things oil companies do is cut back on workers and on the number of drilling rigs. That’s happening around the country: There are about half … Continue reading

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