January 29, 2014

January 29, 2014

Electric grid asks for conservation as temperatures plunge

House conservatives push back on President’s energy production claims

Energy Sec held from State of the Union speech

Major players expect Utica Shale play to grow

AutoGrid expands energy date platform

Coal will dominate global power sector for decades

Virginia lawmakers fight for coal, send message to Obama

On the plains, the rush for oil has changed everything

US nuclear power plants act on Fukushima failures

PA coal alliance calls for hearings on power supply problem

January 24, 2014

January 24, 2014

Utica Shale Academy Charter school planned for eastern Ohio

CONSOL has big plans for Marcellus and Utica shales

Pipeline begins moving oil out of Cushing

Tokyo governor race turns into battle over nuclear power

Union Pacific defies coal declines to beat forecasts

Coal plants may get a reprieve from EPA regulations

Row over renewable energy holds up EU greenhouse gas emissions deal

Future dim for Connecticut’s last coal fired plant

PPL files for generation unit approval

PA allows electricity shopping for low-income Peco customers



January 21, 2014

January 21, 2014

IEA warns oil output growth could hit a wall

Nuclear power can bring long term stability to the stressed electrical grid

Why Colombia halted a US company’s coal exports

Industry spokesman says federal standards would effectively ban new coal fired power plants

EPA’s charade to justify war on coal plants

Consol to invest $1.5 bln on natural gas production

Will 2014 be the year of natural gas?

Marcellus certification program set to begin

FirstEnergy weathers tough times

January 17, 2014

January 17, 2014

Magnum Hunter says Utica Shale bet paying off big

Oil giant warns of significantly lower profit

Election spotlight on nuclear power

To balance energy demand, we need nuclear power

NOVA begins using Marcellus Shale ethane as feed for Ontario cracker

Coal workers see future dim

Grimes defends coal, touts jobs plan for Kentucky

Germany’s energy transition

Barclays wins order putting FERC fine on hold


January 13, 2014

January 13, 2014

Two companies driving the surge in Utica Shale production

Total becomes largest oil producer to acquire UK shale

Why has nuclear power become so important to Saudi Arabia

Nat gas export project could hinge on court case

Nat gas prices will soar by 2015

Asia’s growing coal markets

Coal’s new best friends

After a building boom, solar energy’s prospects now aren’t as sunny

Nuclear plant restarts on the table

January 8, 2014

January 8, 2014

Summit Midstream Partners to acquire interest in Utica Shale gathering system

10 things to consider about the Marcellus Shale

Trickle down natural gas economics

Clean energy should do without special tax breaks

Brazil’s oil euphoria hits reality hard

Solar can’t replace nuclear energy

GE Hitachi leads US nuclear energy delegation to India

Temporary rebound expected for coal mining in 2014

Despite gas boom coal isn’t dead

US FERC power-market crackdown

January 6, 2014

January 6, 2014

Production in Utica rising fast

China’s largest coal company to learn shale in US deal

Tohoku to buy more US, Canada coal to cut Australia reliance

Legislators vow continued support for coal

Why is renewable energy so expensive?

What energy problem?

New techniques boost Prudhoe crude oil recovery

French nuclear power lowers electricity prices

FERC and CFTC sign MOU on jurisdiction and information sharing

Polar pig threatens coldest weather in two decades