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  • Building wind power superhighways

    Building wind power superhighways
    The wind is so strong in Iowa and Kansas that more wind farms there could power the country's largest cities if only there was a way to move that electricity to where most people live. Enter Michael Skelly, a Houston businessman who envisions building...
  • Proposed 105-mile PennEast pipeline rattles residents

    Proposed 105-mile PennEast pipeline rattles residents
    Ned and Linda Heindel moved into their stone farmhouse in Williams Township 47 years ago. They have no children, but over the decades the two college professors have lovingly acquired and preserved 128 acres of forest, bogs and meadows surrounding their...
  • Iran won't replace Russia as top gas supplier: Tass quotes Rouhani

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Iran is not ready to replace Russia as a key gas supplier if sanctions against Tehran are removed, Itar-Tass news agency quoted Iranian President Hassan Rouhani as telling Russian TV channel Rossiya 1. The European Union is quietly...
  • U.S. trade deficit narrows on rise in exports

    WASHINGTON, Oct 3 (Reuters) - The U.S. trade gap unexpectedly narrowed in August to its smallest level in seven months on an increase in exports, supporting views of sturdy economic growth in the third quarter. The Commerce Department said on Friday...
  • Lake County welcomes in new environmental services company

    This year, Lake County has made an effort to expand its system for recycling household items, including bringing recycling bins to unincorporated parts of the county. WCA may be able to build on, and complement, those efforts. On Wednesday, Lake...
  • Anthony Orlando: Deficit may be smaller, but we are paying the price

     Anthony Orlando: Deficit may be smaller,  but we are paying the price
    Remember when everybody was talking about the budget deficit? It wasn't that long ago. In fact, it was one of the biggest factors in the 2012 presidential election. After all, it was over $1 trillion at the time. Today, it's $500 billion. And falling....
  • Slash phosphorus flowing into Lake Erie, Great Lakes Commission says

    MILWAUKEE The Great Lakes Commission wants to slash the amount of phosphorus flowing into Lake Erie, the source of toxic algae outbreaks and the reason the city of Toledo lost its drinking water for two days this past summer. The commission, appointed by...
  • McAuliffe's energy plans sticks with "all of the above"

    McAuliffe's energy plans sticks with "all of the above"
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe's new energy plan sticks to the "all of the above" strategy he's been espousing, with support for traditional energy sources in concert with a push toward renewables and a focus on the energy sector as a jobs-creating tool. For...
  • UGI Utilities ranks highest in customer satisfaction, and other company news

    UGI ranks highest in customer satisfaction For the second consecutive year, J.D. Power has ranked UGI Utilities as the highest in customer satisfaction among large natural gas utilities in the eastern United States. The 2014 Gas Utility Residential...
  • Wilderness photo plan draws more fire

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration has put the brakes on a plan to charge hundreds of dollars in fees for commercial filming and photography on U.S. forest lands, but critics are far from satisfied. "There is no doubt, as you look at this, that there is...
  • Exxon sees some disruption from Ebola outbreak: CEO

    HOUSTON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp has seen some of its oil and gas activities in West Africa disrupted by the Ebola outbreak, including plans to drill offshore Liberia, the company's chief executive officer said on Thursday. Exxon, the world's largest...