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  • PG&E indicted on a dozen felonies in explosion that killed 8

    Utility giant Pacific Gas & Electric Co. was indicted Tuesday on a dozen felony counts connected to the massive 2010 pipeline explosion that killed eight people and ravaged a San Bruno, Calif., neighborhood. The utility was charged with violating...
  • Angler pleads guilty, loses potential world-record fish

    Rob Scott, the Minnesota angler who caught a potential tip-up world-record lake trout in February, pleaded guilty on Friday in Canada's Fort Frances Provincial Offences Court to keeping one lake trout over his limit. Scott, 65, won't get to keep the...
  • FPL starts $1.3 billion plant in Riviera Beach

    Florida Power & Light Co. on Tuesday brought online its new $1.3 billion natural gas-fueled power plant in Rivera Beach, which replaces an older, less efficient one that had run on imported oil. The new Palm Beach County plant uses cleaner and cheaper...
  • PG&E indicted on federal criminal charges over San Bruno explosion

    SAN BRUNO, Calif. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. was indicted on criminal charges on Tuesday by a federal grand jury in connection with the fatal natural gas explosion in San Bruno and the utility's violations of federal pipeline regulations. The 12-count...
  • Apopka invests more than $1M to expand natural gas depot

    Apopka invests more than $1M to expand natural gas depot
    Apopka, which was among the first cities in Florida to convert city vehicles to natural-gas power, will spend more than $1 million to expand a depot that may offer the cleaner fuel to the public. The city's investment in compressed natural gas comes...
  • Sandvik's SMS must retool production to stay on top: boss

    GIMO, Sweden (Reuters) - Swedish Sandvik's Machining Solutions business, the world's top maker of metal cutting tools, needs to make its production more flexible and boost product development to stay ahead of growing competition, its top executive said....
  • Exxon Mobil says demand for fossil fuels will stay high

    Oil and natural gas giant Exxon Mobil said fossil fuels will continue to meet a vast portion of the world's energy needs in coming decades. The Irving, Texas, company said in a report it issued Monday that the global appetite for oil and gas will stay...
  • Natural gas firm downplays threat to Washington town after explosion

    The owner of a natural gas facility downplayed the danger to residents after an explosion at the facility injured four people and forced the evacuation of a small town in southern Washington on Monday morning. The processing facility is owned by...
  • Mike Butler: Shale gas drilling benefits too great to sacrifice

    Left-wing advocacy group MoveOn.org recently launched a new effort to oppose innovations that are propelling states like Pennsylvania toward a new abundance of locally produced energy. Not only is this helping to fuel America's manufacturing renaissance,...
  • Hundreds evacuate small Washington town after industrial explosion

    Hundreds of people were being evacuated from Plymouth, Wash.,  a small town in southern Washington after an explosion and fire Monday morning at a natural gas processing facility left at least four people injured, according to the local sheriff. The...
  • As fracking soars, gas terminal poised for about-face from imports to exports

    COVE POINT, Md. The natural gas pipes on Dominion's Cove Point property begin on a pier in the Chesapeake Bay. They then descend underground and run for more than a mile behind the walls of a dimly lit tunnel for foot-brake bicycles that workers use to...