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  • O'Malley aide Abigail Hopper tapped to run federal offshore energy bureau

    O'Malley aide Abigail Hopper tapped to run federal offshore energy bureau
    The chief of Maryland's Energy Administration, Abigail Ross Hopper, landed a new job Thursday, running the federal agency that oversees development of offshore oil and gas and wind energy. U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced Hopper's...
  • PSC must put ratepayers first, ease renewable-energy choices

    Recently, the Florida Public Service Commission voted, as former Tallahassee Mayor John Marks termed it, "to approve recommendations setting new goals and policies for energy efficiency." In reality, the PSC ruled to slash goals for energy efficiency...
  • Pa. senators propose pipeline impact fee

    HARRISBURG — Two senators are pushing for a state gas pipeline impact fee to drive revenue to communities affected by environmental and safety issues due to pipeline construction. Sens. John Rafferty, R-Collegeville, and Andrew Dinniman, D-West...
  • Michael A. MacDowell: Will shortsighted policies, low oil prices derail fracking?

    Michael A. MacDowell: Will shortsighted policies, low oil prices derail fracking?
    Two recent events have cast some doubt about the seemingly bright future of fracking in northeastern Pennsylvania and in other parts of the country. The first has to do with a few voter-driven efforts to eliminate fracking. The second is related to the...
  • H&S Bakery launches natural gas delivery fleet, mayor says city trash trucks are next

    H&S Bakery launches natural gas delivery fleet, mayor says city trash trucks are next
    Executives with Baltimore-based H&S Bakery announced Wednesday their purchase of a new fleet of cleaner-running, propane-fueled delivery trucks that they said would cut their emissions in half in Baltimore. They made the announcement in a new state-of-...
  • New York to ban fracking after health report

    New York to ban fracking after health report
    ALBANY, N.Y. — New York state will ban hydraulic fracturing after a long-awaited report concluded that the oil and gas extraction method poses health risks, Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration said on Wednesday. New York Environmental...
  • As Other Small Businesses Fail, Fireside Supply Captures Bigger Market

    HEBRON — When Eleanor Perruccio walked in from snow flurries to the low-ceilinged showroom for Fireside Supply, she was enveloped by warm air. The room has several of its stoves lit at any given time, including one right in the entryway, and on...
  • Fracking ban in NY prompts calls for MD to follow suit

    Fracking ban in NY prompts calls for MD to follow suit
    With New York's governor banning hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in that state, environmental groups are calling on Maryland's lawmakers to follow suit. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ended six years of study in that state and sided with his top...
  • H&S Bakery launches natural gas delivery fleet; mayor says city trash trucks are next

    Executives with Baltimore-based H&S Bakery announced Wednesday their purchase of a new fleet of cleaner-running, propane-fueled delivery trucks that they said would cut their emissions in half in Baltimore. They made the announcement in a new state-of-...
  • Chesapeake Bay fisherman sentenced to prison for fish theft

    A Tilghman Island fisherman was sentenced to a year and a day in prison, followed by six months of home detention and hefty fines for illegally harvesting and selling tens of thousand of pounds of striped bass from the Chesapeake Bay. U.S. District Judge...
  • Investors in beat-up oil bonds lean on banks for rescue

    Independent oil exploration and production companies are leaning heavily on bank credit lines to survive plunging crude prices, making it a nervous time for U.S. funds holding their junk-rated debt. "The question is, 'How long do the banks keep the heart...