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WASHINGTON, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A Washington Briefing titled Advancing the Global Debate on Climate Change Policy will be held at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel on November 4.
Senate Democrats on Wednesday began their campaign to push for the approval of new climate change legislation, but the initiative may face opposition from Senate Republicans as well as some Democrats.
With a vote of 73-21, the members of the US Senate on Thursday voted to approve what is expected to be the first of many aggressive conservation measures that will be signed into law by President-elect Barack Obama.
By Janice Francis-Smith The opportunity to get more money from Congress for water planning projects this year is almost over, legislative advocate Josh McClintock told members of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board on Tuesday.
By Janice Francis-Smith U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas is one of Oklahoma's Republican representatives in Congress who ascribes to the Republican Party's call for increased domestic production of oil and natural gas, including offshore drilling.
By Jerry Shottenkirk There's been no shortage of T. Boone Pickens in the national news recently, and most people connected to energy are fine with that. The 80-year-old investment giant recently revealed his formula to rescue the country from its dependence on foreign oil.
By D. E. Smoot, Muskogee Phoenix, Okla. Jul. 16--The leading Democratic contender for the U.S. Senate seat held by Republican Jim Inhofe said the president's lifting of a ban for offshore drilling is a hollow gesture. State Sen.
By Rod Walton, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul. 15--Local oil industry officials and state leaders praised President Bush for lifting the 18-year executive ban on offshore drilling Monday and urged Congress to do the same. Congressional Democrats and environmentalists criticized the move.
By John David Sutter, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Jul. 13--PICHER -- Over the years, many have championed the cause of this polluted lead and zinc mining town from behind the scenes.
Texas oilman Boone Pickens opened an advertising campaign Tuesday in an attempt to bring more focus to solving the nation's energy crisis. The former wildcatter, who now leads the Dallas-based hedge fund BP Capital Management LP, outlined his concerns and some proposed solutions in New York.
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