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Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Energy secretary calls Iran nuke deal a “forever agreement”

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Under the agreement, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said all plutonium created as a byproduct of Iran’s nuclear power production would be sent out of the country so it couldn’t be used to make weapons.
In this Thursday April 2, 2015, handout photo provided by Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), emergency boats works to put out a fire at the Abkatun-A Permanente shallow-water oil platform in the Campeche Sound. Three workers are missing following the huge blaze on the platform in the Gulf of Mexico that killed four workers and burned for hours, Mexico's state oil company said Thursday. (AP Photo/Pemex)

Pemex still searching for missing workers

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Mexico’s state-run oil company continues to search for three missing workers from a platform fireball that killed four others, while beginning to restore production at the damaged Gulf of Mexico facility, officials said Sunday
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Louisiana oil port, made for import, rents domestic storage

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The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port recently auctioned 11.3 million barrels of monthly storage space and has scheduled another auction Tuesday, The Advocate reported.
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Energy executives create new company in Tulsa

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The five businessmen, who have all spent time at oil and gas company Apache Corp., say the company will focus on producing oil and natural gas liquids.
(Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)

Obama: Energy effort to help environment, military veterans

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The Energy and Defense departments are extending to a total of 10 military bases nationwide a pilot program that teaches exiting service members how to install solar panels.
(AP Photo/Luis Cruz Hernandez)

Houston-based wind company expanding

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Representatives of Houston-based EDP Renewable told the Wayne County commissioners Wednesday the company will study parts of Wayne, Randolph and Henry counties as possible wind farm locations.
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Screen grab from a video released by Diario Campeche Hoy of the Abkatun A-Permanente platform  on the Gulf of Mexico's Campeche Sound on fire on April 1, 2015.  An explosion and a fire erupted on an offshore oil platform operated by Mexico's Pemex on Wednesday, killing at least four workers, injuring 16 and forcing 300 to be evacuated. (AFP photo/Diario Campeche Hoy)

Mexico’s Pemex: 3 workers still missing after platform blaze

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Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, said it became aware of the missing workers when it recounted personnel after Wednesday’s fire on the Abkatun-A Permanente shallow-water platform in the Campeche Sound.
A gas flare is seen in an aerial view in the early morning hours of July 30, 2013 near Watford City, North Dakota. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

North Dakota orders 5 companies to reduce oil production in state

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The five companies were ordered this month to reduce production to 100 barrels per day at certain wells or risk facing daily penalties.
Smoke rises from railway cars that were carrying crude oil after derailing in downtown Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada. The fiery explosion killed at least 47 people in Canada in July 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Paul Chiasson, File)

Quebec oil train disaster settlement for victims’ families

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Chicago-based law firm Meyers & Flowers says it will be closely reviewing the settlement to determine whether the defendants are paying sufficient funds.
(Dmitry Beliakov/Bloomberg News)

A pipeline developer is suing 103 West Virginia property owners to get access to their lands

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Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC’s lawsuit seeks access to the properties to conduct a survey for a possible pipeline route.