Recent content from Mike Hughlett
Dakota bands and the Minnesota Historical Society have reached a settlement with an energy developer on the proximity of a wind farm to the Jeffers Petroglyphs.
Enbridge tells regulators that while it has required coverage now for Line 3, the pipeline insurance market is tightening.
North Dakota oil production fell 5 % in July and has been lackluster compared to the new No. 2 oil state: New Mexico.
The DNR says the company pierced an aquifer and endangered a unique wetland.
A U.S. District Court earlier rejected the DNR's attempt to stop the suit — which names wild rice as a defendant —from proceeding in tribal court.
The utility regulator wants more information from the buyer about how it would handle long-term decommissioning of the transmission line.
Pipeline opponents had challenged the MPCA's water and wetlands permit for construction of the 340-mile oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
Connexus, the state's largest retail electric co-op, wants to drop its full membership in Great River, citing high costs and a lack of flexibility
A new Xcel project in South Dakota shows how large turbines are getting. The new projects are raising issues of how tall is too tall.
Demonstrators called on Gov. Tim Walz and President Joe Biden to halt construction on the oil pipeline.