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  • In first gulf oil lease auction since spill, BP bids -- and bids

     
    In the first auction of Gulf-based leases since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, BP submitted 11 high bids for drilling leases....
  • China's Venezuela presence grows with loan-for-oil deal

     
    China has lent Venezuela $30 billion to be paid off in oil deliveries. Opposition candidates criticize the lack in transparency in handling of the funds....
  • Council District 15: Wilmington and the air that it breathes

     
    Sometimes you can smell Wilmington before you see it. It might be the scent of the wells, tucked in between houses and neighborhood streets, pumping the last drops of oil from the giant Wilmington oil field, the third-largest petroleum field......
  • L.A. City Council District 15 recap

     
    In advance of the Jan. 17 special election runoff for the 15th City Council district, and as part of our process for endorsing a candidate, the Los Angeles Times editorial board interviewed candidates Joe Buscaino and Warren Furutani and re-familiarized.....
  • In Bangladesh, Clinton to focus on democracy and development

     
    Clinton Bangladesh Democracy: Clinton in Troubled Bangladesh on Democracy, Development...
  • Aging Refineries

    Aging Refineries
    If you watched ABC World News tonight, you saw the report about the dangers posed by aging refineries (see the link to the report on the left-hand side of this page). An ABC News investigation found that New Orleans is in an at-risk area for a...
  • Breaking Up

    Breaking Up
    Things are shaking up in the ConocoPhillips house as the company prepares for the biggest oil divorce to date. The oil giant has decided to separate the refining and production branches of the company into two separate standalone corporations. The...
  • Storm Threat Shuts Some U.S. Gulf Oil Output

    Storm Threat Shuts Some U.S. Gulf Oil Output
    HOUSTON (Reuters) - Oil and gas producers increasingly shut down production and evacuated workers in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday as the first weather system of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season disrupted some operations in the prolific basin....
  • Federal judge orders Washington to restrict pollution from state's oil refineries

    Federal judge orders Washington to restrict pollution from state's oil refineries
    A federal judge ruled Friday that environmental agencies in Washington have failed to regulate pollution coming from five oil refineries operating in the state. The Washington Department of Ecology, Northwest Clean Air Agency, and Puget Sound Clean Air...
  • Fire Rips Through Building at ConocoPhillips Refinery

    Fire Rips Through Building at ConocoPhillips Refinery
    WILMINGTON, Calif. (KTLA) -- A fire ripped through an administrative building at the ConocoPhillips refinery in Wilmington early Monday morning. The fire was reported around 4:22 a.m. in the 1600 block of W. Anaheim Street, just west of the 110 Freeway....
  • Fire rips through office building at ConocoPhillips refinery

    Fire rips through office building at ConocoPhillips refinery
  • Kropp shows the way

    Former Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy standout Andrea Kropp is looking golden at this weekend's 2011 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships at Stanford University's Avery Aquatic Center. Or maybe bronze is a more accurate description. The...