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    RESEARCHERS AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY were among those celebrating after an energy package passed out of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee with a pipeline replacement amendment.It was exactly the sort of legislation that Rob Jackson, a professor at Stanford University, had been hoping for, and could be a definite boost for the nation's aging energy pipeline system.Specifically, the
  • New England’s Natural-gas Pipeline Battles
    THOUGH THEY LIVE ONLY MILES FROM North America's largest and most productive shale gas field, New Englanders still pay the highest energy costs in the continental U.S.Any explanation for why this densely populated region is still waiting for access to the Marcellus Shale gas starts with a grassroots anti-pipeline sentiment, though it's more complicated than that. What isn't hard to understand is

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