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Deemmeris Debra'e Burns (far left) was among more than 40 people hospitalized when a carbon pipeline ruptured in Satartia, Mississippi, in 2020. He and relatives became asphyxiated by the carbon dioxide and he had to be revived with a defibrillator at a hospital. He spoke Wednesday at a rally outside a federal pipeline safety meeting in Des Moines, Iowa. (DTN photo by Chris Clayton)
Posted by Chris Clayton

The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) on Wednesday began a two-day hearing in downtown Des Moines focusing on potential new rules for carbon pipelines that the agency could begin drafting later this year. The meeting drew a...

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Posted by Liubov Georges

Oil futures nearest delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange and Brent crude traded on the Intercontinental Exchange powered higher early Friday.

Farm Life

May never seems to come fast enough and, once it's here, never seems to last long enough. (DTN/Progressive Farmer photo by Meredith Bernard)

May is the month when all things seem possible. Blogger Meredith Bernard shares the joy and hope this special month brings.

What DTN Is Watching

USDA's weekly export sales report is due out at 7:30 a.m. CDT Friday, the same time as nonfarm payrolls and the U.S. unemployment rate for May. Traders will continue to monitor the latest weather forecasts and keep tabs on the effort to raise the debt ceiling.


Areas of scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to develop in the Plains and parts of the western Midwest on Friday. Areas of heavy rain are expected to occur, most likely around Montana and west Texas, which may cause flooding. Temperatures continue to be above normal for most places.