The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that in 2018, electricity power outages on average were about 5.8 hours per customer.
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As the devastating impacts from the Covid-19 pandemic destroy not only natural gas and oil demand but people’s livelihoods, theenergy industrycontinues to mount all-out efforts to support communities across the United States and abroad.
In split votes on Thursday FERC approved a project proposed by Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC (Transco) to open up more capacity to meet rising natural gas demand in the Southeast and a Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America LLC (NGPL) request to build a gas pipeline in the Permian Basin of West Texas that would connect directly to the Waha hub.
Another in a chorus of states aiming to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, North Carolina has published a draft Clean Energy Plan, a list of recommendations that, if enacted, would have major implications for natural gas use.
Ten environmental groups are suing the Trump administration for plans to roll back the Well Control and Blowout Preventer Rule, which was implemented in 2016 to prevent offshore tragedies similar to the Macondo blowout in 2010.
Despite otherwise strong performance across Dominion Energy’s business segments, unusually mild weather in Virginia and South Carolina during the first quarter reduced the company’s overall earnings, management said Friday.
A group of North Carolina lawmakers has called on FERC to suspend its certificate for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC (ACP), a sign of potential political hostility to a project partially backed by regulated utilities that operate in the state.
A bomb technician with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said the ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government prevented him from meeting with oil and gas industry officials to discuss pipeline security, warning the industry is being exposed to security risks.
In a pair of court cases being watched by the oil and gas industry, the Trump Administration asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether pollution that moves through groundwater before contaminating federally protected waterbodies constitutes a violation of the Clean Water Act (CWA).
Duke Energy has shut its 625 MW Sutton natural gas plant in Wilmington, NC, after Cape Fear River flooding resulting from Hurricane Florence, which made landfall as a Category one storm just south of Wrightsville Beach Sept. 14, caused breaches in the cooling lake dam, the company said.