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U.S. pipelines in Pennsylvania and Ohio rack up 800 violations

Media - Two pipelines being built across Pennsylvania and Ohio by Energy Transfer and its Sunoco subsidiary have amassed more than 800 state and federal permit violations while racing to build two of the nation’s largest natural gas pipelines.

Northern Indiana utility transitioning from coal to renewables

A northern Indiana utility has added another nail into coal's coffin, announcing the retirement of four coal-fired power plants and a turn to renewable energy.

Utilities are accelerating shutdowns of coal-fired power plants

As coal-fired power plants in the U.S. grow increasingly uneconomic, capacity retirements by year-end are likely to hit a record 15.4 GW, exceeding the previous record of 14.7 GW set in 2015.

Seven sent to hospitals after pipeline explosions in Texas

A series of natural gas pipeline explosions in Midland County, Texas sent seven people to the hospital with critical burn injuries, and interrupted energy pipeline operations in the area, officials said.

Fossil fuel consumption by electric power sector see big drop

Washington - Fossil fuel consumption in the electric power sector fell to 22.5 quadrillion British thermal units (quads) in 2017, the lowest level since 1994, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

Op-Ed: Natural gas is part of the climate problem, not the solution

The last 10 years have seen coal being replaced by cheaper and cleaner energy sources, like renewables and natural gas. And while coal use has dropped 44 percent, LNG use has risen by 45 percent.

Natural gas: Look for rising demand as market prices see rally

The natural gas market was suffering through an end-of-year meltdown, but with the advent of winter and the harsh conditions brought on by a blast of Arctic air, prices had a rally on Friday that looks to carry over into the new year.

Rick Perry's 'baseload' grid study released and it's nothing new

The U.S. Department of Energy released the much-anticipated grid study late Wednesday night, finding cheap natural gas to be the main driver behind baseload power plant retirements.

Op-Ed: Nuclear power is losing ground but it still needs our support

Nearly a decade ago, planning began for two new nuclear power plants in eastern Georgia. But as of this week, the two plants have yet to be built, and another pair of utilities in South Carolina canceled construction on two nuclear reactors.

Energy watchdog sees U.S. nuclear capacity, generation dropping

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) came out with a damning report on nuclear capacity and generation in the U.S. on Friday, declaring that 25 percent of nuclear capacity now in operation will be retired by 2050.

City plans to use technology to turn sewer gas into natural gas

Portland - Portland, Oregon already has plans to meet all its electricity needs through the use of renewables by 2035, so it's no surprise that they have decided to make good use of methane gas from decomposing solid waste at the city's sewage treatment plant.

Rover Pipeline company flagged after two spills Into wetlands

After getting federal approval in February this year to start construction of a pipeline through Ohio, Energy transfer Partners has been cited with two violations by the Ohio EPA for spilling over two million gallons of drilling fluids into Ohio wetlands.

ConocoPhillips decides to sell some of its Canadian natgas assets

Houston - In a deal that could fetch as much as $2.0 billion, ConocoPhillips, the largest independent U.S. oil producer, has decided to sell some of its conventional natural gas assets in Canada.

Low-cost sensor detects gas leaks in real-time

Glasgow - A new infrared imaging system, designed to provide low-cost, real-time detection of methane gas leaks has been developed. Methane gas presents a public health risk and it is a contributor to climate change.

Weak coal market prompts possible layoffs at Murray Energy Corp.

Murray Energy Corp., the largest privately held coal company in the U.S. announced on Friday it may have to layoff 82 percent of its workforce in September, due in part to president Obama.

Australian river near fracking site bursts into flames

Chinchilla - In a protest against coal seam gas leaking into South West Queensland's Condamine River, NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham headed to the river and hopped on a boat. Then he sparked a lighter a few inches above the water and the river burst into flames.

American natural gas companies are struggling with oversupply

The past year has been rough for the oil industry. That’s especially the case for American natural gas (shale) providers. While the S&P 500 is flat on the year to date, natural gas companies are faced with big losses in light of low oil prices.

Public outcry spurs Florida to drop Everglades fracking bill

Florida environmentalists have had a bit of good news after state lawmakers, bowing to public outcry, unexpectedly dropped a bill backed by the oil industry that would have promoted fracking in the ecologically sensitive Everglades.

Op-Ed: Obama’s bold carbon plan is in fact, a work of fiction

President Obama’s plan to reduce CO2 power plant emissions by 32 percent, in fact, only cuts emissions by 16 percent, and cuts total emissions by 7 percent.

Op-Ed: Middle East crisis could be opportunity for energy-strong U.S.

Washington - The U.S. energy position is in the best in nearly 50 years amid Middle East chaos. Why should Iraq be America’s problem? Instead it is an opportunity.

America's natural gas boom could curb the Russian stranglehold

The crisis in Crimea is handing a powerful set of cards on the table, heralding a new diplomatic strategy for Washington.

U.S. exports global warming

While America talks of a greener and cleaner future, exports of dirty fuel into other countries are flooding the markets with cheap, high carbon fuels.

U.S. surpasses Saudi Arabia as world’s top energy producer

U.S. oil and natural gas production surged past Saudi Arabia in 2013, making the United States the world’s largest oil-producing state.

Documentary director speaks out on benefits of 'fracking'

In an interview with the Daily Caller, 'FrackNation' director Ann McEllhinney explains more on why she made the film and on why she does not believe that fracking poses an environmental danger to anyone.

Bayou Corne Sinkhole ignored by media while residents suffer

Approximately 300 people evacuated from their Louisiana homes in early August, many forced to spend Thanksgiving in hotels or campgrounds, are still looking for answers and wondering when, or if, they will ever be able to return home.

Op-Ed: What would a Romney presidency look like?

The U.S. election will be held in a few days. What would happen to the country if GOP candidate Mitt Romney is elected president?

U.S. wind energy industry gasping for air

Fairless Hills - Gamesa, a company that manufactures components for wind turbines - those arguably hideous Star Wars-like energy windmills blighting U.S. horizons - had all but closed its factory by the time it shipped the first $125 million worth of product.

Op-Ed: Natural gas could replace coal

If natural gas production is not thwarted by environmental interests, it could overtake coal during the next two decades to become the second largest world energy source. This will give Mideast and Russian gas producers some serious competition.

Fracking for gas leads to earthquakes?

The practice of fracking to make gas and oil wells productive is being put on hold in Ohio after a 4.0 earthquake struck the area near Youngstown on Saturday.

Frack gas well blowout in northern Pennsylvania, stream tainted

Canton - A natural gas well has blown out in rural northern Pennsylvania, with reports of thousands of gallons of fracking fluid having spilled, with some fluids reaching a small stream in the area.
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