Ground broken for methanol plant in West Virginia

September 9, 2017 INSTITUTE, W.Va. (AP) — Ground has been broken on a methanol plant in West Virginia. Officials on Wednesday celebrated the start of construction on the US Methanol plant in Institute. Gov. more »»

Officials host briefing on former oil refinery cleanup

September 9, 2017 MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) — Federal and state officials are preparing to brief the public on the cleanup of a former oil refinery site in Muskegon. Representatives of the U.S. more »»

AP source: Permanent Delaware River drilling ban in works

September 9, 2017 By MICHAEL RUBINKAM, Associated Press A seven-year moratorium on natural gas development near the Delaware River would be replaced by a permanent ban under a proposal that's being developed by the... more »»

US rig count increases by 1 this week to 944

September 9, 2017 HOUSTON (AP) — The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by one this week to 944. That's up from the 508 rigs that were active a year ago. more »»

Developers ask regulators to OK Atlantic Coast Pipeline soon

September 9, 2017 RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Developers of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are asking federal regulators to approve the project this month. more »»

West Virginia withdraws approval of Mountain Valley Pipeline

September 9, 2017 By MICHAEL VIRTANEN, Associated Press MORGANTOWN, W.V. more »»

WVU economists see August economic gains from coal

September 7, 2017 By MICHAEL VIRTANEN, Associated Press MORGANTOWN, W.Va. more »»

Ameren to try again for Missouri approval of new power line

September 7, 2017 By DAVID A. LIEB, Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — An Ameren Corp. more »»

Wolf: Pennsylvanians will 'get hurt' if budget isn't funded

September 7, 2017 By MARC LEVY, Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Democratic Go. more »»

Methanol plant to break ground in West Virginia

September 5, 2017 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — US Methanol says it plans to break ground on a West Virginia methanol production facility outside Charleston on Wednesda. more »»

In 'Gasland' community, new tests revive old drilling debate

September 5, 2017 By MICHAEL RUBINKAM, Associated Press DIMOCK, Pa. more »»

Opening of natural gas plant first of many expected in Ohio

September 5, 2017 By JOHN SEEWER, Associated Press TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — The opening of a plant that turns natural gas into electricity is the first of what's expected to be a wave to come into production across Ohio... more »»

Protests to escalate against Enbridge pipelines in Midwest

September 3, 2017 By STEVE KARNOWSKI and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Protests are ratcheting up against Enbridge Energy's plan to replace its Line 3 crude oil pipeline from Canada to... more »»

Nuclear reactor remains shut down for 'non-nuclear' issue

September 3, 2017 By SEANNA ADCOX, Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — One of South Carolina's nuclear power reactors remained shut down Thursday for what utility executives call a minor, non-nuclear issue. more »»

New York denies key permit for new gas-fired power plant

September 3, 2017 ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — State environmental regulators have denied a key permit for a $900 million power plant being built in southeastern New York. more »»

Oklahoma pipeline plans to resume fuel delivery after Harvey

September 3, 2017 TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma pipeline company that halted transport of gasoline and other fuel after Harvey devastated parts of the Texas Gulf Coast hopes to resume deliveries this weeken. more »»

US rig count increases by 3 this week to 943

September 3, 2017 HOUSTON (AP) — The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by three this week to 943. A year ago, just 497 rigs were active. more »»

Company finds gaps in underwater oil pipeline's coating

September 1, 2017 By JOHN FLESHER, AP Environmental Writer TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. more »»



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