by Andrew Breiner Apr 17, 2014
Less than a year after Lac-Mégantic, it's largely luck that has prevented another deadly disaster.
by Joanna M. Foster Apr 17, 2014
Crude oil is resurfacing with the arrival of spring in Lac-Mégantic.
by Jeff Spross Apr 11, 2014
Enbridge Inc. and federal regulators say safety measures and monitoring have improved -- but many new pipeline safety rules have yet to be finalized, even as the pipeline moves ahead.
by Joanna M. Foster Mar 13, 2014
The terminal is near low-income communities, a playground, an elementary school, a senior facility, and a center for the disabled.
by Emily Atkin Feb 24, 2014
Bakken shale crude oil is the most explosive compared to oil from 86 other locations worldwide, according to an analysis released Monday by the Wall Street Journal.
by Emily Atkin Feb 18, 2014
A family with a rich history of working for and benefiting from the oil industry, never in their wildest dreams did the Labrecques think they would be the ones fighting this fight.
by Katie Valentine Feb 13, 2014
The train hit a building, but no injuries were reported.
by Andrew Breiner Feb 13, 2014
Living on an oil rail route is bad enough when you're allowed to use the trains.
by Tom Kenworthy Feb 6, 2014
With a spate of recent oil train derailments and explosions, residents and lawmakers in Spokane are growing increasingly concerned about the threat these trains pose to their community.
by Emily Atkin Feb 5, 2014
Three independent companies that transport North Dakota crude oil by train have not been properly labeling the oil as it goes en route from cargo tanks to the actual train, federal investigators said Tuesday.