Katie Howell

Greenwire

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Energy reporter for Greenwire, an online news service that covers the environment and energy policy

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Executives from the five biggest oil companies told the  Senate Finance Committee  today that ending their $2 billion in tax breaks would hinder development of energy supplies.

Senate Democrats Rake Oil Executives over the Coals

Executives from the five biggest oil companies told the Senate Finance Committee today that ending their $2 billion in tax breaks would hinder development of energy supplies.

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One year ago tomorrow, the  Deepwater Horizon drilling rig blew up  in the Gulf of Mexico, killing 11 workers and starting a gusher of oil that spilled 4.4 million gallons of oil until…

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One year ago tomorrow, the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig blew up in the Gulf of Mexico, killing 11 workers and starting a gusher of oil that spilled 4.4 million gallons of oil until…

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