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.
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Virginia and energy holding company Duke Energy each committed themselves Tuesday to plans aimed at achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
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.
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.
Duke Energy Carolinas, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, has opened a 750 MW combined-cycle natural gas plant at the W.S. Lee Station in Anderson County, SC.
Duke Energy Corp. announced a plan this week to significantly expand a large natural gas-fired peaking facility in North Carolina to serve as a proving ground for a single-cycle combustion turbine that Siemens Corp. wants to build and test there.
With Duke Energy Corp.’s acquisition of Piedmont Natural Gas Inc. now complete, the former has sold a 3% stake in Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC (ACP) to its joint venture (JV) partner in the project, Dominion Resources Inc.
Duke Energy Corp. said that in response to feedback from the community, it has modified plans for its Central Corridor Pipeline Extension Project in southwest Ohio, and is now proposing a smaller natural gas pipeline that would operate under lower pressure.
The proposed Duke Energy Corp.-Piedmont Natural Gas Inc. tie-up is nearing final regulatory approval in North Carolina after the companies and the state’s consumer advocate agency, the Public Staff, submitted a proposed order last week approving the transaction.