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Ellen M. Gilmer

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Legal Reporter, EnergyWire — E&E Publishing
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Legal reporter for EnergyWire & @eepublishing.

Advocates praise broadened Chaco review

eenews.net — Conservationists and national parks advocates are praising a recent Obama administration decision to expand its resource planning scope for New Mexico's embattled Chaco Canyon region.

Enviros move to defend against industry leasing suit

eenews.net — A coalition of environmental groups is wading into a legal battle between oil and gas drillers and the Obama administration.

Chaco-area resource planning to include tribal lands

eenews.net — Federal resource planning for New Mexico's embattled Chaco Canyon region will consider the effects of oil and gas development on both public and tribal lands.

Labor to Obama: Let workers finish pipeline

Regulators regret tribe 'didn't come to the table' sooner

eenews.net — BISMARCK - North Dakota regulators did not see this coming. Forty-five miles from the massive demonstration formed to protest the Dakota Access pipeline, Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk sits in his Capitol office and recalls hours and hours of pipeline hearings with no hint of the fervent resistance that would eventually follow.

Protesters under watch as pipeline inches closer

eenews.net — ST. ANTHONY, N.D. - These days, Cory Bryson feels like the hills have eyes. It's a sunny morning in October with temperatures stubbornly in the 20s, and Bryson, a business representative for the local office of the Laborers' International Union of North America, is checking on work sites along the route - some of them just reopened this week after a federal court lifted an injunction.

Tribes dig in for winter as pipeline tensions rise

eenews.net — CANNON BALL, N.D. - The makeshift protesters' village here near the confluence of the Missouri and Cannonball rivers is buzzing. While the Dakota Access pipeline grinds forward, more than 1,000 opponents at the Sacred Stone Camp delegate daily chores, listen to speakers at the central campfire and plan civil disobedience actions designed to halt the "black snake" that has brought them all together.

Blackfeet defend oil and gas lease cancellation

eenews.net — Obama administration officials were justified in canceling an oil and gas lease near tribal land in Montana, the Blackfeet Nation says.

Army Corps denies violating cultural, environmental laws

Court delays briefing on pipeline appeal

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Oct 21, 2016

Advocates praise broadened review for Chaco Canyon area oil and gas planning -which will now include tribal lands  http://www.eenews.net/energywire/2016/10/21/stories/1060044621  🔒

Oct 20, 2016

ICYM: Great story from @DylanBrown26 on how coal-filled mountains of one Pa. community turned to offroading paradise  http://www.eenews.net/stories/1060044504 

Oct 20, 2016

Tribes play role in every story I've written in past 2 weeks (incl. several non-#DAPL stories). Lesson: Lots going on in tribal energy space

Oct 20, 2016

Resource management plan update around Chaco Canyon will include tribal lands in joint effort b/w BLM & BIA https://t.co/tcwNvzCMvN ($) https://t.co/AZIi3Ohvgx

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