WASHINGTON (AP) — Pacific International Lines, a Singapore-based container ship company, is being ordered to pay $2.2 million in criminal penalties for concealing illegal waste water discharges in a falsified oil record book.
A report from energy consultancy IHS CERA said the European Union's economic crisis has hindered its energy policy by lowering demand and reducing the chance of potential investment in improving the energy network, Reuters reports.
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — A gas installation in Algeria that was the site of a terrorist attack last month that left 37 hostages dead partially resumed production Sunday, as the head of the state-owned energy company said he would request armed personnel for energy plants to help prevent future assaults on sites that can be hundreds of miles from the nearest city.
Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee business meeting after the Senate's 5:30 p.m. vote to approve its 113th Congress funding resolution and possibly appoint the ranking member of the Subcommittee on National Parks.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Boeing attempted a major step Friday toward getting its 787 Dreamliners flying again, proposing a fix for the plane's troubled batteries that could allow the flights to resume as early as April, congressional officials said.
Liberal watchdog group Checks and Balances Project said the State Department inspector general is investigating potential conflicts of interests in the department's environmental review of the Keystone XL pipeline, The Hill reports.