The top senators on energy issues are working to muscle a bipartisan energy innovation package to the floor for consideration before lawmakers leave for the campaign trail, while the House is poised to advance its own proposal.
A federal court has upheld a magistrate judge’s recommendation not to compel arbitration of individual claims in a lawsuit over Salt Creek Midstream’s alleged failure to fully compensate pipeline inspectors staffed by Kestrel Field Services.
Canada faced off against more than half of its provinces during two days of hearings at the country’s top court over whether the federal government can impose a national price on greenhouse gas emissions.
Senate Republicans are developing plans to begin confirmation hearings around Oct. 12 for President Donald Trump’s pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, setting up a bitter partisan fight over the nomination before the November election.
A former manager at Vitol Group, the world’s largest independent oil-trading firm, was indicted for allegedly bribing Ecuadorian government officials to get business for his firm with state-owned Petroecuador.