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Gulf Power contests new pollution rules
The PSC estimates that between June and December of this year, Gulf Power's residential customers typically will pay monthly bills of about $132.
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Gulf Power More Storm Ready 10 Years After Ivan
In Northwest Florida, that means Gulf Power Company was at the center of restoration efforts. Ultimately, the utility's response to the storm went a long way toward helping the company improve its storm readiness today.
Gulf Power's $650000 Gift Celebrated at Ribbon Cutting for Multicultural ...
Dr. Bense with her skillful presentation had set the stage for UWF's corporate partners, Gulf Power and the Southern Company to take their bow with the next presentation by Stan Connally the President of Gulf Power. Connally focused his remarks on the ...
UWF Historic Trust hosts grand opening of Voices of Pensacola presented by ...
Yesterday, UWF Historic Trust hosted the grand opening of �Voices of Pensacola� presented by Gulf Power, a multicultural center highlighting the city's diverse history.
EarthJustice v. Gulf Power Moves Forward
A lawsuit against Gulf Power Company filed by the environmental group EarthJustice will move forward, after a judge's refusal to dismiss the case.
Forum faces economic realities
A daunting hurdle that must be crossed to maintain the area's current unemployment rate of about 6.3 percent is that Northwest Florida must generate about 90,000 new jobs by 2030, estimated Stan Connally, president and CEO of Gulf Power. "One out of ...
Owners tell Gulf Power symposium that 'passion' fuels success  The Northwest Florida Daily News
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Harper: Gulf Power Symposium Takes Close Look at Region's Economy
In this week's Economic Report, Dr. Rick Harper discusses this year's annual Gulf Power Economic Symposium, set take place Monday and Tuesday, Oct 13 and 14 at the Baytowne Conference Center in Sandestin.
Study: Shrimp you eat might not be from where you think
When John and Reba O'Connell drive more than 11 hours twice a year from St. Louis to visit the Pensacola area, they expect to buy and eat freshly caught shrimp from the Gulf of Mexico. "We want the royal red ... "The federal government has the power to ...
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Analysts ponder future at Gulf Power Economic Symposium
Pinchuk was a guest speaker at the 18th annual Gulf Power Economic Symposium, which started Monday at the Baytowne Conference Center in Sandestin.
Pensacola's economic future challenging  Pensacola News Journal
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As Abu Dhabi Sizes Up Oil Partners, Western Firms Risk Being Left Out
For more than seven decades, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, also known as Adnoc, shared the operation of Abu Dhabi's oil fields, the biggest onshore producers in the United Arab Emirates, with companies including Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell ...
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