BOISE, Idaho — An environmental group gets its day in front of a federal judge Wednesday afternoon to argue that the U.S. Forest Service shirked its responsibility to protect U.S. Highway 12 from giant oil-equipment shipments once slated to be hauled over the two-lane mountain thoroughfare i…
MISSOULA — Buffeted by a frigid winter in northern Alberta and still suffering from transport delays in Montana and Idaho, Imperial Oil of Canada has raised the estimate of initial costs for its Kearl oil sands project by $2 billion.
A council appointed to come up with pipeline safety improvements in Montana after last year's Yellowstone River crude spill has offered its recommendations to the governor's office
ExxonMobil Corp. announced Friday that it will pay its 2012 Yellowstone County property tax bill of $5.5 million.
ExxonMobil is working with government agencies on a plan to speed up the response to oil spills along Montana’s upper Yellowstone River, after a major spill last year left local officials scrambling to deal with an ill-defined threat, state and federal officials said.
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An oil pipeline safety council created by Gov. Brian Schweitzer after a major ExxonMobil Corp. pipeline spill into the Yellowstone River holds its first meeting in Helena on Monday.
BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho Transportation Department has issued permits for two smaller versions of so-called megaloads of oil equipment to move through northern Idaho on the way to Montana and then Canada.
MISSOULA — Missoula County commissioners have voted to file a lawsuit seeking to stop an oil company from moving oversized loads of refinery equipment across Montana to Canada.
BOISE, Idaho - Idaho's top three elected officials voted unanimously to approve a plan to pay state patrol officers to accompany huge loads of oil refinery equipment across northern Idaho a year before public meetings were held to discuss the shipments.
DENVER — Low interest in the latest round of federal leases to research and develop ways to tap the Rockies' vast oil shale reserves is being pinned on new environmental and timing requirements.