EPA Refuses Exemptions to LNG Exporter

Gas would have gone to Europe during their energy crisis.  The Environmental Protection Agency said it will not exempt a top U.S. liquified natural gas (LNG) exporter from…

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Interior Department Distributes Awards to Plug Orphan Oil Wells

Administration prepares to remediate 10,000 abandoned oil and gas wells. The Department of the Interior has announced an initial $560 million for the reclamation of orphaned oil and…

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Energy Department Turns Focus to Furnace Efficiency

Standards projected to conserve energy by 15 percent.  The Department of Energy proposed new regulations on consumer gas furnaces in an effort to expand the manufacture and purchase…

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U.S. and European Union Agree on Energy Deal

Europe reducing reliance on Russian energy.  On Friday, the United States and the European Union announced a new partnership to reduce the continent’s reliance on Russian energy. Officials…

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FBI Assists in Investigation of Gas Line Sabotage

3,500 affected by outages during frigid weather in Aspen, CO. Three natural gas locations were breached by vandals last week in Aspen, Colorado, who coordinated what authorities said…

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