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Capital Energy: Cable execs in Albany
In January, a group of Capital Region universities and tech companies were passed over by the Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy office when it announced a $70 million grant to North Carolina State University to create an ...
Time to Cancel Exxon's Government Contracts
Exxon has received over $6.6 billion in federal (prime) contracts since 2005, largely for fuel for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Colorado finds itself an earthquake lab amid gas boom
And so industry officials and others express skepticism about any link, even as they cooperate, to varying degrees, with researchers.
2 killed in plane crash mourned in NH
The FAA, which had agents at the site, said investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board, who are expected to arrive at the crash site this morning, will determine the cause of the crash.
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Labor Day gas prices low, a look back at past prices
Gas prices over the Labor Day weekend are the lowest the nation has seen since 2010, according to gas research company GasBuddy. ... The Shell station was selling a gallon of unleaded fuel for $3.27. That's 18 cents below the national average. For Nye ...
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PNM to file for a rate hike by December
That includes everything from new power plants, such as a $40 million natural-gas-fired generator the company plans to build near Belen, to investments in transmission and other infrastructure, Ortiz said.
Has climate change become a business story?
It began in September 2013 with a report from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which supported the idea that a large portion of fossil fuel reserves will have to stay underground to avoid dangerous rises in temperature ...
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Labor Day and How You Thank the Kochs' and Big Oil for Ripping You Off
My local paper just headlined the wondrous Labor Day weekend news that the giant petroleum monopolies have just gifted U.S. motorists with teeny-weeny gas prices that will undoubtedly fuel a surge in holiday travel over Saturday and Sunday. At least ...
Coal industry dealt another setback as Oregon blocks export plan � will feds help?
The coal industry has been dealt another blow after a state agency in Oregon denied a key permit for a controversial terminal, marking the latest salvo in an escalating fight between coal exporters and fossil-fuel loathing environmentalists on the West ...
Day in Pictures - September 1, 2014
All Opinion Editorials Letters to the Editor Analysis Otis Sanford Local Commentary National and World Commentary. Business .... Workers from a company outsourced by Mexico's state-owned oil company Pemex navigate the contaminated Hondo River as they ...
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