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Port takes Mexico president-elect’s comments in stride [The Brownsville Herald, Texas]

Aug. 17–Mexican president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said during his campaign that he would halt gasoline and diesel imports from the United States and other countries by 2021, something he reiterated upon winning Mexico’s presidential election in a landslide last month. It was in response to a steep spike in Mexican fuel prices that caused…

Refinery explosion roils regional asphalt supply [Duluth News Tribune, Minn.]

Aug. 17–Dave Clement used to expect a daily delivery of two truckloads of asphalt binder from Superior’sHusky Energy refinery to his worksite’s mobile asphalt plants, where it would be mixed with gravel and placed on the road. But ever since the refinery exploded in April, Husky has been offline and Clement, an asphalt manager at…

Rally: Pipeline not wanted here [Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore.]

Aug. 17–Opponents of a proposed natural gas pipeline and export facility rallied in Medford Thursday to urge the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to deny state permits for the project. Canadian energy company Pembina wants to build a 229-mile, 3-foot-diameter underground pipeline that would cut through several southwest Oregon counties on its way to a…

St. Lawrence Gas’s proposed gas surcharge would impact Brasher Falls residents, education and north country dairy, according to the public [Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.]

Aug. 17–POTSDAM — Ten Brasher Falls residents attended a public meeting held by the Public Service Commission Thursday to offer their opinions and ask questions on a proposed rate change requested by St. Lawrence Gas. The customers affected have experienced a temporary gas surcharge, which was supposed to end in November. The surcharge was to…