Monthly Archives: April 2008

“The War is over. Halliburton Won!”

That’s from a pickup truck’s bumper sticker spied by author Alexandra Fuller on a jaunt across Wyoming. It’s part of a column the Wilson-based writer wrote for the New York Times Op-Ed pages. In it, she blasts the "untouchables" that run the oil and gas industry in Wyoming.   And a powerful oil lobby reminds […]

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Facing Reality about Coalbed Methane

While we all consume oil and gas, it’s extraction is sidelined by conflicts worldwide. It doesn’t even matter if you take a look at an older or a brand new story coming out of Peru Recent protests and strong opposition are also on the rise in Canada and the US, where a new coalbed methane […]

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