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New York City to End All New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure, Including NatGas Pipes

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio didn’t mince words on his government’s position on oil and natural gas in a 2020 State of the City speech Thursday, proclaiming that the metropolis must “say goodbye to fossil fuels.”

February 7, 2020

New York City to End All New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure, Including NatGas Pipes

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio didn’t mince words on his government’s position on oil and natural gas in a 2020 State of the City speech Thursday, proclaiming that the metropolis must “say goodbye to fossil fuels.”

February 7, 2020

SoCal Edison CEO Adds Fuel to Fire Investigations and State Criticism

Edison International CEO Pedro Pizarro on Tuesday spoke up for his utility’s need to call preventive power shutoffs and pushed back against California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stinging criticism of those shutoffs, even as new wildfires were fanned by record high winds in Southern California.

November 4, 2019

SoCal Edison Equipment Thought to be Culprit in Los Angeles Wildfire; Governor Slams PG&E

Edison International’s Southern California Edison Co. (SCE) utility acknowledged its infrastructure may have caused the disruptive, fast-moving Saddleridge fire that skirted residential areas and a major gas storage facility in northern Los Angeles County last week, according to a report the company filed with state regulators.

October 16, 2019

SoCal Edison Asks FERC For Help Dousing Wildfire Costs

Southern California Edison Co. (SCE) on Thursday asked FERC to raise the authorized return on its transmission operations as a hedge against the Edison International (EIX) utility’s “extraordinary wildfire risk.”

April 15, 2019

SoCal Edison Takes $1.8B Charge for California Wildfires

Edison International (EI) and electric utility Southern California Edison Co. (SCE) last week said they face more than $4 billion in liabilities from the extensive 2017 and 2018 wildfires in California after taking a $1.8 billion charge during the fourth quarter.

March 6, 2019

SoCal Edison Shares California Utility Wildfire Concerns

Executives with Edison International’s (EI) Southern California Edison (SCE) on Thursday voiced similar deep concerns about the need for a political and economic solution to California’s wildfire liability crisis that for the most part is centered on the state’s major power utilities.

July 27, 2018
BP Secures 20-Year LNG SPA with Venture Global’s Calcasieu Parish Project

BP Secures 20-Year LNG SPA with Venture Global’s Calcasieu Parish Project

Venture Global Calcasieu Pass LLC is edging closer to meeting its capacity commitments for one of two Louisiana natural gas export projects in development, after announcing Monday that it has a 20-year supply agreement with BP plc.

May 21, 2018

SoCal Edison to Shrink NatGas Use, Increase Carbon-Free Resources

Edison International’s Southern California Edison Co. (SCE) unveiled a strategy on Tuesday to virtually eliminate most natural gas use over the next three decades to meet California’s mandated goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 80% by 2050.

November 2, 2017

Con Edison Agrees to $153M Settlement For Fatal East Harlem NatGas Explosion

In the largest natural gas safety-related settlement in New York history, Consolidated Edison agreed Thursday to pay $153 million for damages related to an explosion in 2014 that killed eight people and destroyed two buildings.

February 17, 2017
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