Four decades after Three Mile Island became shorthand for America's worst commercial nuclear power accident, financial rescues of nuclear power plants are stirring the highest levels of government.
Two more entities have the power to leave NV Energy, potentially joining an exodus of companies from the utility. : Two more entities have the power to leave NV Energy, potentially joining an exodus of companies from the utility. Atlantis Casino Resort Spa and Georgia Pacific-Gypsum can now get energy supplied from a new provider following a Public Utilities Commission meeting Friday morning. In order to follow through with their departure, both companies will have to pay NV Energy more than $1.5 million.
By LNG World News UK-based energy giant and LNG player BP is expecting to see a more competitive, globally integrated gas market as LNG volumes expand. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News.
Oil Companies Look To New Oil Pipeline Capacity For U.s. Shale Oil Surge | Investor's Business Daily
The U.S. shale oil boom is about to get a lot bigger. Oil pipeline projects are pulling big oil companies full force into wildcatters' world. Here's why that matters. The post The U.S. Shale Oil Boom Is About To Get A Major Upgrade appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.
US independent Harvest Oil & Gas is exiting the San Juan Basin, just months after emerging from bankruptcy. : U.S. independent Harvest Oil & Gas Corp. is exiting the San Juan Basin, the company announced Thursday. Harvest, which was formerly known as EV Energy Partners, L.P. before emerging from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in June of 2018, has entered into a definitive agreement to sell all of its interests in the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado to an undisclosed buyer for $42.8 million.
How Can The Circular Economy Make Infrastructure More Sustainable? | Opinion | Eco-business | Asia Pacific
Independent environment expert Dr. Paul Toyne discusses how the circular economy, combined with an investment in technological innovation, is our most powerful tool in shaping more sustainable infrastructure in a growing global population.
Two pipeline companies have entered into a joint venture that will move more natural gas from the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas to the Agua Dulce hub and Mexico. San Antonio pipeline operator Howard Energy Partners and Florida-based NextEra Energy Partners announced the joint venture on Wednesday morning. The two companies own separate natural gas pipeline networks in South Texas but the joint venture will them to market and book capacity on those networks together.
By Bojan Lepic Following the sale of its non-utility U.S. natural gas storage facilities, Sempra Energy continued to shed its assets through a sale of its U.S. renewables business. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News.
By Offshore Energy Today Neptune Energy has been awarded an oil exploration license in the North West El Amal Offshore Concession in Egypt by the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation. ... Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today.