Enbridge Inc. is in talks with Alaska officials to potentially construct, own and operate an in-state natural gas pipeline to serve interior and Southcentral Alaska. The 727-mile pipeline is a potential alternative to a larger pipeline and liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project.
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After facing strong opposition from students, faculty and nearby residents who maintained a fossil fuel plant did not coincide with the school’s mission to reduce its carbon footprint, the University of Delaware has scrapped plans for a 279 MW co-generation power plant that would have burned natural gas.
Regulators in Pennsylvania have approved a long-term infrastructure improvement plan (LTIIP) that lays the groundwork for UGI Utilities’ Gas Division to replace its cast iron mains within 14 years and its bare steel mains within 30 years.
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. continues to make progress toward wider commercialization of natural gas vehicles with projects in Florida, Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma and California.
An industry newcomer has launched the biggest proposal yet for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the Pacific coast of British Columbia (BC), with Aboriginal support for a projected C$30 billion (US$27 billion) chain of plants.
TransCanada Corp.’s ANR Pipeline is dipping its toe into the Appalachian Basin with the ANR East Project, a scalable, multi-part project that would allow Utica and Marcellus shale gas to access the Midwest, Gulf Coast and Dawn, ON, via multiple pipeline interconnections.
Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives unveiled a spending bill Tuesday that slashes funding for the Department of Interior (DOI) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and includes a provision barring the EPA from working on any rule to limit emissions from power plants.
A national organization charged with making recommendations for weights and measures standards is expected to decide this month whether natural gas fueling dispensers should use kilograms rather than gallons in measuring the amounts of fuel they distribute.
Wholesale electricity generator Sterling Energy Group Inc. has acquired Kentucky-based Viking Gas Pipeline LLC and Viking Oil and Gas LLC for an undisclosed purchase price and has plans to connect the companies’ natural gas production to its own pipeline system for delivery to its customers.
In an effort to comply with agreements to reduce emissions, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has recommended shuttering its Allen Fossil Plant and the facility’s three coal-fired units, replacing them with a new natural gas-fired plant on adjacent property in Memphis, TN.