Dominion Resources Inc. told the Nuclear Regulatory Commission last week that it had removed all nuclear fuel from the reactor at the shuttered Kewaunee Nuclear Plant, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
The Sierra Club and other environmental groups filed comments against the Dominion Cove liquefied natural gas export terminal and called for a FERC environmental impact statement on the plan, StateImpact Pennsylvania reports.
McLEAN, Va. (AP) — Hoping to capitalize on a boom in natural gas production, a Virginia-based energy company is submitting a 12,000-page application to federal regulators to build a $3.4 billion plant in southern Maryland to export liquefied natural gas.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Dominion Resources Inc. said Monday that it plans to close and decommission its Kewaunee Power Station in Wisconsin after it was unable to find a buyer for the nuclear power plant.
As U.S. energy companies seek government permits to export natural gas to energy-hungry countries, sources tell The Wall Street Journal that the Obama administration is telling Japan and other countries that they will have to wait because of U.S. political sensitivities.
Dominion Resources is suing to challenge a claim by the Sierra Club, which says it has the right to block the company’s plans to export liquefied natural gas from a southern Maryland terminal, The Associated Press reports.
HOUSTON, Texas _ One of the nation’s most influential utility executives excoriated Washington on Thursday for its failure to cut through partisan bickering and create a cohesive national energy strategy, urging President Obama to create a new, highly empowered position inside the White House to take hold of energy policy.
Dominion Resources Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Thomas F. Farrell II said the new position of National Energy Adviser must have the same stature as the national security adviser and chief economic adviser, substantially upgrading the powers, influence and access of the current deputy assistant to the president for energy and climate.
Power generated by the planned Hancock Wind project in Maine will be sold to Burlington Electric Department in Vermont, according to a deal announced Friday by wind farm operator First Wind, the Boston Globe reports.
Virginia's has moved closer to its goal of setting up a research turbine on the Outer Continental Shelf off the state's coast to gather wind data, now that BOEM has found no competing interests in the area, Newsplex.com reports.
ConocoPhillips said Friday it will set aside more than half of its $16.7 billion budget next year for North American shale projects, adding that it expects to hit its production target of 1,600 barrels a day, Reuters reports.
Cheniere's soaring share price hit a new record high Thursday and then again on Friday, following news of a deal to supply natural gas to Indonesia from a Corpus Christi facility that's still in the planning stages, according to Fuelfix.
Solaria has filed suit against a federal agency, seeking nearly $30 million after the Overseas Private Investment Corp. walked away from a deal with the California solar firm despite signing a commitment letter offering financing.
U.S. oil prices will remain relatively low and demand will increase, according to a Goldman Sachs analyst, who predicts the commodity cycle dominated by strong demand from China and India will turn "upside down," Reuters reports.
A Colorado State University professor says the oil and gas industry has helped the state recover from the recession, according to the Reporter-Herald, though not without social and environmental costs.