Oil Spill News
API Report: Oil and natural gas industry spent $252 billion since 1990 on environment protection
WASHINGTON, December 21, 2012 – API released a new report detailing the oil and natural gas industry’s massive spending on environmental performance.
Industry pursues pipeline safety as top priority
WASHINGTON, November 14, 2012 – API’s director of pipelines Peter Lidiak today said the U.S. pipeline industry is aggressively addressing safety issues in pursuit of continuous improvement and a zero incident safety record.
API: Industry strives for highest pipeline safety standards
WASHINGTON, July 10, 2012 ─ API Pipeline Director Peter Lidiak welcomed the National Transportation Safety Board investigation findings and recommendations for the 2010 crude oil release in Marshall, Michigan.
Liquid pipeline operators invest in safety
WASHINGTON, July 9, 2012 – The nation’s liquid pipeline operators, who deliver millions of barrels of crude oil to refineries and gasoline and other petroleum products to American consumers daily, are making major investments to enhance pipeline safety.
API convenes D.C. conference on hydraulic fracturing standards and regulations
WASHINGTON, May 14, 2012 - API hosted its fifteenth hydraulic fracturing workshop on the oil and natural gas industry’s open and transparent process for developing recommended practices, industry standards and guidance documents for hydraulic fracturing, as well as the latest activities in the development of shale energy.
API honors pipeline companies for top safety and environmental performance
WASHINGTON, April 18. 2012 - Today API presented environmental and safety awards to several U.S. pipeline companies at its 63rd Annual Pipeline Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.