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Duke Energy Corp. is releasing more details about its deal with North Carolina's official consumer advocate to raise electricity rates for customers in the state's central and western regions.
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U.S. antitrust regulators have given oil refiner Tesoro Corp and its logistics subsidiary approval to buy Northwest Products Pipeline system and related assets from Chevron Corp, on the condition that its sells a petroleum terminal in Boise, Idaho, the Federal Trade Commission said on Monday.
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The spindly one-man craft called Solar Impulse has been flying cross-country in short hops as part of a 13-year privately funded European project.
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Austin Energy hopes to finalize two wind contracts in another step toward a goal of getting 35 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2020.
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A customer leaves Orchard Supply Hardware store in Mountain View, Calif., in this Jan. 3, 2012 file photo.
Edison International's decision to abandon its San Onofre nuclear plant in California is the latest blow for an industry facing questions about its long-term survival.
Pacific Gas & Electric spokesman J.D. Guidi said the leak was caused when a construction crew struck a gas main in the city's South of Market neighborhood early Sunday afternoon.
The proponent and opponents of the Northern Gateway pipeline will make their final pitches to a federal review panel starting Monday, at the last set of hearings before the panel issues its decision.
The head of an influential charity is being criticized for his ties to the oil and gas industry, but some experts say the allegations are misguided.
Last week Exelon canceled plans to upgrade the Lasalle nuclear plant in Illinois and the Limerick plant in Pennsylvania.
Oldest railroad bridges Main New Haven Line Milford Quirk Pond Brook 1880; refurbished 1893.
A federal magistrate sentenced seven men to prison time for poaching bears and deer and other illegal hunting activities in national forests in North Carolina and Georgia.
Vermont's largest power company is offering public tours this summer of a hotly debate wind power site on a mountain ridge in Lowell.
The Department of Justice and the state of Arkansas are suing Exxon Mobil over the March 29 rupture of the company's Pegasus pipeline which spilled thousands of barrels of crude tar sands oil over the town of Mayflower, Ark.
Some Albertans have turned to a vocal U.S. environmental group for information on pipeline safety they say they can't get from their own government.
Commission Chairman Ed Finley deferred Duke Energy Carolinas' request for a new proceeding to consider breaks for large industrial customers.