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  • Maryland eyed for data center with power plant

    Maryland eyed for data center with power plant
    Maryland is in the running for a data storage center with its own sizable power plant, a project planned for the University of Delaware until officials there spiked it amid an uproar over its scale and potential effect on the community. The Data...
  • Ukraine PM says Russia 'terrorist state', energy supplies hit

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk on Wednesday branded Russia a "terrorist state" over its actions in eastern Ukraine and reaffirmed Kiev's desire to join the NATO alliance, which will hold a two-day summit this week. Yatseniuk...
  • Czech minister says no signs gas flows from Russia under threat

    HAJE U PRIBRAMI Czech Republic (Reuters) - The Czech Republic has not seen any signs that natural gas flows from Russia to Europe might be halted due to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, Czech Industry and Trade Minster Jan Mladek said in a statement on...
  • Europe drafts emergency energy plan with eye on Russia gas shut-down

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union could ban gas exports and limit industrial use as part of emergency measures to protect household energy supplies this winter, a source told Reuters, as it braces for a possible halt in Russian gas as a result of...
  • Rosneft struggles to grow as sanctions hit Russia's oil champion

    LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin's prized oil firm Rosneft is cutting staff and production and selling stakes in Siberian fields in the strongest evidence to date that Western sanctions are hurting what was the world's fastest growing oil firm in...
  • Gas tax woes: Roads may crumble as people go green

    Gas tax woes: Roads may crumble as people go green
    There's just one problem with the push to drive less, buy an electric car, commute by public transit or ride bikes: People are doing it. "I feel so much better," said Scott Sanderson, who ditched his car years ago in favor of pedaling his bike to Willis...
  • Companies get state money for cleaner cars

    Companies get state money for cleaner cars
    PPL Electric Utilities, UGI Utilities and Bimbo Bakeries are among the companies awarded state grants Friday to help pay for cleaner burning, alternative fuel vehicles. "These important grants allow Pennsylvania to make the most of our abundant...
  • Doubts return at SandRidge a year after CEO ousted by investors

    HOUSTON (Reuters) - In June 2013, activist investors got the board of SandRidge Energy Inc to fire its CEO Tom Ward, arguing that he had mismanaged the Oklahoma City company and destroyed billions in shareholder value. The oil and gas producer's shares...
  • California trails Texas in exports and related jobs, report finds

    California is home to the busiest port complex in the country and the largest manufacturing center, but where exports are concerned, it’s neither the heaviest mover nor the top employer. Businesses sending goods out of Texas helped sustain 1.1...
  • Abe becomes first Japanese PM to visit Sri Lanka in 24 years

    COLOMBO/DHAKA (Reuters) - Shinzo Abe on Sunday became the first Japanese prime minister to visit Sri Lanka in 24 years, on the second leg of a South Asian tour that sought to assert Tokyo's interest in a region where it has ceded influence to China....
  • Why the shale revolution is not about to end: Kemp

    LONDON (Reuters) - Doubts about the sustainability of the North American oil and gas boom center on rapidly declining output from many shale wells after they are initially drilled. Shale skeptics point to the need to drill an ever-increasing number of...