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Baltimore Gas and Electric says residents and motorists in central Maryland shouldn't worry if they see a helicopter hovering near utility equipment including towers, poles and wires.
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British Columbia First Nations are wasting no time in enforcing their claim on traditional lands in light of a landmark Supreme Court of Canada decision recognizing aboriginal land title.
A Michigan judge has ordered an Oklahoma City-based energy company to stand trial on criminal charges in what authorities say was a land-leasing scheme.
A powerful union is pulling its support from the United Negro College Fund after the fund accepted $25 million from Koch Industries Inc. and the Charles Koch Foundation.
The Kentucky Coal Association argues in the suit filed Thursday that the TVA did not follow proper federal procedure and its own rules in deciding to close the units at the Paradise Fossil Plant.
Incoming Lone Star College System Chancellor Steve Head, who takes over the job Aug. 1, hopes the new 70,000-square-foot Energy and Manufacturing Institute will help meet employers' demands for middle-skill jobs.
The Des Moines Register says the pipeline route in Iowa would begin in Lyon County and slice southeast through 15 other counties and exit Iowa at Lee County.
The Kentucky Enquirer reports General Cable announced that it plans to reduce its global workforce by 7 percent in a restructuring.
He will also work in the International Arbitration practice. He comes to the firm from Baker Botts and their office in Houston.
PG&E said Wednesday it has discovered flaws in the training for hundreds of employees who fuse together plastic pipes used to deliver natural gas to customers, the latest stumble for the utility as it faces the prospect of a big fine and new criminal charges over a fatal explosion in San Bruno.
A Supreme Court ruling on aboriginal title has not swayed Enbridge Inc.'s outlook for its controversial Northern Gateway pipeline to the West Coast.
The recent listing of the VA's Battle Mountain Sanitarium on the National Trust of Historic Place's 2014 Most Endangered Historic Places probably won't be enough to alter the U.S. Department of Veterans Affair's proposal to close its Hot Springs VA Medical Center and relocate to Rapid City.
Encana Corp. CEO Doug Suttles says the company has agreed to sell one gas-fired power plant it owns and operates in Alberta and the 50 per cent stake it holds in another.
An investigation by Minnesota utility regulators blames Xcel Energy Inc. for major cost overruns during a project to upgrade its nuclear plant in Monticello.
A Rapid City history group is dedicating a marker honoring President Calvin Coolidge's time spent in the Black Hills.
Utility crews are busy and some commuters will face delays after severe thunderstorms rolled through New Jersey, downing trees and knocking out power.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 04:47 am
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