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Procter & Gamble made the announcement of the Tyler Bluff Wind Project on Monday at the White House as part of the company signing the “American Business Act on Climate Pledge” to achieve 30 percent renewable energy power to its plants globally by 2020. The wind farm will be built near Muenster in Cooke County by the end of 2016.
When Elizabeth Warren says that the system is rigged, she’s right but for the wrong reasons. There is an abundance of evidence that the federal government is too big and that we have become an over-governed society. One of the consequences is that big companies with lobbying clout have an advantage when it comes to […]
Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, is storing record amounts of crude in its quest to maintain market share as it cut shipments.
The Alaska Legislature is set to convene for its third special session this year, this time to consider a buyout of one of the state’s partners on a proposed multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas project.
Wyoming’s economy is feeling the effects of drilling rig crews packing up and moving out.
California is shutting down another 33 oilfield wells that state officials improperly permitted to inject into federally protected water supplies.
Despite the concerns, the estimated retirement of at least 4,000 megawatts of coal-fired generation capacity in the ERCOT region is much less than the previous projection of 8,700 megawatts given last year before the Clean Power Plan rule was finalized and the timelines were eased, said ERCOT, which manages about 85 percent of Texas’ electricity load.
A Simmons note contends that Occidental’s view of the Bakken has rapidly deteriorated since it invested heavily five years ago.
The 100,000-barrel-a-day Fractionator One project at Phillips 66’s Sweeny complex is part of a $3 billion capital expansion project in southern Texas launched last year.
Southern Company is seeking to set the global blueprint on making clean-coal projects work.