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The US has a lot of natural gas that may have to stay in the ground due to never-ending legal battles to get pipelines built
After Russia, Iran and Qatar, the US has the world’s greatest natural gas reserves. But unlike those other countries, it has trouble building pipelines, threatening its ability to supply domestic and international markets.
The primary purpose of history is to understand the past as a guide to understanding the present and future. History should not be deemed as feel-good nostalgia – much of history is painful and shameful. So how do we find the right balance? Is statue-cide the right answer?
Pipeline Cases On The SCOTUS Docket Highlight America’s Energy Divide
The U.S. Supreme Court just handed down a decision in the case of the United States Forest Services versus Cowpasture River Preservation Association — ruling 7-2 that natural gas pipeline developers may proceed with building a tiny portion of their Atlantic Coast Pipeline across the path of the Appalachian Trail in Virginia. And while it is a big win for the pipeline developers — Duke Energy DUK, Dominion Energy and Southern Company SCCO — the line still faces seven other lawsuits in federal court.
How do Las Vegas casinos react to an employee with COVID-19?
All casino hotels that discover a COVID-19 case among their workers should contact the Southern Nevada Health District. It is up to this institution, and the operator in question, to decide what to do -if they do something- after receiving the news.
Intermountain Healthcare’s entry into Southern Nevada a ‘game-changer’
HealthCare Partners Nevada, a network of medical providers and clinics in Nevada, officially changes its name to Intermountain Healthcare this week, a year after its acquisition by the Utah-based regional health system.