Dominion Resources

Dominion acquires 6 solar power projects in Calif.

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Dominion Resources says it has acquired six solar development projects in California from Recurrent Energy.

The Richmond, Va., energy provider said Tuesday that the sites are located in California's Fresno, Kern and Kings counties.

Construction began in the first quarter and the facilities are expected to be commercially operational in late 2014 or early 2015. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Analysts say Dominion's exit from retail electricity may mark new trend

Source: 
E&E

Market analysts suggest Dominion Resources' decision last week to withdraw from the retail electricity business may signal a trend where larger companies yield to financial pressures and exit competitive electricity markets, E&E reports.

NRC seeks data on Millstone water temperature plan

Source: 
Reuters

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission requested Dominion Resources provide more information on its plan to operate the Millstone nuclear plant in warmer-than-permitted water temperatures, Reuters reports.

Dominion: Nuclear fuel removed from Kewaunee

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Green Bay Press-Gazette
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.

Environmental groups petition FERC to study Dominion LNG terminal

Source: 
StateImpact Pennsylvania

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.

Dominion Resources CEO Thomas F. Farrell II speaks at Chamber of Commerce

Washington, April 23, 2013, 12:00 pm

Dominion Resources CEO Thomas F. Farrell II speaks at U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation CEO Leadership Series Luncheon. 

Dominion moves ahead with Md. gas export project

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.

Without buyer, Dominion to close Wisconsin power plant

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.

U.S. said to relay 'not yet' message on natural gas exports sought by Japan, others

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The Wall Street Journal

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 sues over right to export natural gas

Source: 
The Associated Press

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.

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