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Wink Hartman running for Kansas governor
term, leaving the job open for the first time since Democratic Gov. Mark Parkinson declined to run in 2010. Hartman is an oil industry business owner and GOP donor. He sought the 4th District seat in the U.S. House in 2010, but lost to Mike Pompeo in
Dakota Access Seeks to Shield 'Sensitive' Info to Protect Pipeline From Possible Terrorist Attack: Court Docs
unlawful actions based on how authorities will respond to those actions," the filing states. "The risk of terrorist actions aimed at the oil industry should not be taken lightly." Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Seven Major Foreign Policy Challenges Facing President Donald Trump
former Exxon Mobile Chief Rex Tillerson, was questioned about his ties to Russia, where he did deals with the state-run oil industry and developed a personal relationship with President Vladimir Putin. Tillerson denied lobbying against Russian sanctions brought on
Russia Sanctions Explained: A Look at What Trump Could Roll Back
words, the sanctions have blocked major U.S. financial institutions from doing business with Russia and prevents U.S. oil companies from making new deals with Russia. These moves have brought significant pain to Russia, exacerbating a severe recession
Russian Officials and Analysts Think Tillerson as Secretary of State Could End Sanctions
decoration reflected Exxon’s determined work under Tillerson to do highly valuable business with Russia's state top oil companies . Tillerson has had unusually close contact with Putin, regularly attending Putin’s pet project, the St. Petersburg Economic
Is the oil boom over?
Just a couple of years ago big oil companies rushed into southern Kansas, snapping up mineral leases ..... operations. The process known as "fracking" has revitalized the oil industry across the U-S. As I reported recently in this space
Presidents and gasoline prices
a number of factors ... including increasing demand around the world, especially in China. Short of nationalizing the oil companies and setting artificial prices, what can a president do? In reality, not much. -0- Our thought for today is from Lyndon B. Johnson