Thursday May 16 | via Energy Tribune
Restrictions on Exxon Mobil Corp. 's Pegasus crude oil pipeline, shut since March 29 after a spill, remain in place after the company requested changes in a hearing held on May 2, according to a filing from federal regulators. Comment?
Monday May 6 | via ENR-Engineering News-Record
One month after a pipeline rupture sent 210,000 gal of heavy crude oil through an Arkansas neighborhood, officials announced initiation of a "reentry plan" so residents can start returning to their homes. Comment?
Saturday May 4 | via Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Exxon Mobil has commenced production at its Kearl oil sands project in Alberta, which is forecast to produce 4.6 billion barrels of recoverable oil in the next 40 years. Comment?
Friday May 3 | via Log Cabin Democrat
The federal government will investigate all of the Pegasus Pipeline - an ExxonMobil line that has leaked oil twice in the past few weeks, a federal spokeswoman said. Comment?