Mississippi Power is trying to silence one of its biggest critics in a debate over an untested power project.
The utility has filed a motion with the Mississippi Public Service Commission, the state’s governing body for utilities, to end the Sierra Club’s participation in PSC hearings about the Kemper Project.
Saying it has the power of the American people on its side, proponents of the long-embattled Keystone XL Pipeline planned to deliver more than a half-million comments to the State Department urging President Obama to approve the pipeline.Read More →
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
SANTA FE, N.M. — As the Russian incursion into Ukraine creates an international crisis and unsettles international markets, a call is being raised to send U.S. oil and gas into eastern Europe as a way to blunt Vladimir Putin’s influence in the region.Read More →
By Tori Richards and Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org
These are boom times for SolarCity, the solar energy company backed by libertarian-leaning entrepreneur Elon Musk.
The company’s stock, initially offered at $8 a share in December 2012, is trading around $82 a share early Monday. And in a shareholder’s meeting last week, company officials said they’re bullish on [...]
By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog
Companies, start your investments.
An energy boom might be headed for the Gulf Coast region thanks to increased demand in Asia for liquified natural gas. Already, the permitting process is filled with companies eager to reconfigure older facilities for LNG exports, with several of them on the Gulf Coast.
Houston-based Cheniere Energy is nearing completion of [...]