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TS Nicholas UPDATE | CenterPoint outages Wednesday morning

HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) Right now, thousands are still without power following Tropical Storm Nicholas. Currently, CenterPoint customers are in the dark. On Tuesday, the company announced that power is back for more than 93% of customers in the greater Houston area. In the new book “Peril,” Watergate journalist Bob Woodward...
HOUSTON, TX
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Fort Bend Star

Some might go days without power after Hurricane Nicholas

Hurricane Nicholas was, in many ways, a dodged bullet for many in Fort Bend County. Predicted flooding never materialized and, while at the peak more than 450,000 residents across the Houston region went without power, crews quickly restored electricity to many. But even as some Fort Bend County residents returned...
FORT BEND COUNTY, TX
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Q&A: How has Texas’ response to hurricane power outages been?

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin Energy sent crews to Houston to help bring power back on after Hurricane Nicholas, including 23 line workers, support personnel and bucket trucks. About 20,000 people are still in the dark in Harris County, but thousands are still without power in surrounding areas. KXAN’s Tom Miller...
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Fort Bend Star

Drilling company pleads guilty to spilling 450 barrels of oil

A Connecticut-based drilling company has pleaded guilty to criminal charges for illegally releasing 450 barrels of oil into a Brazos River tributary and surrounding farmland in 2017, according to a Thursday news release from the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office. Spike Drilling & Operating LLC pleaded guilty to one...
FORT BEND COUNTY, TX
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thekatynews.com

UPDATE | Tropical Storm Nicholas Power Outages and Damage Assessment

The Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (HCOHSEM) remains at Level II-High Readiness and continues to monitor Tropical Storm Nicholas. Based on current forecasts from the National Weather Service, rain and wind will be leaving our area before the end of the day. CenterPoint Energy crews and...
HARRIS COUNTY, TX
Houston Chronicle

Brookside Village Farmers Market to reflect area's green thumbs

When Brookside Village Farmers Market opens on Oct. 10 in the parking lot at E.A Lawhon Elementary School, organizers hope it starts a new tradition in the tight-knit community. On every second Sunday of each month, at least a dozen or more vendors are expected to showcase seasonal harvests such...
BROOKSIDE VILLAGE, TX
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Houston Chronicle

Outages fall below 58,000 as CenterPoint restores power

5:00 p.m.: CenterPoint Energy continues to make progress restoring power in the Greater Houston area and surrounding communities. About 57,965 customers were without power early Wednesday evening, down from 83,462 at 8:30 a.m., according to the company. Many of the remaining outages are more challenging to repair, the company said.
HOUSTON, TX
El Paso News

El Paso Electric assist with power restorations in Houston

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – El Paso Electric is assisting with power restoration efforts in Houston after Hurricane Nicholas caused outages affecting more than 45,000 Houston customers. EPE sent a team of 19 employees, including 15 distribution line workers, three crew supervisors, and one safety representative Tuesday evening to the...
EL PASO, TX
thecpadesk.com

Houston Energy Breakfast is Back!

The annual Houston Energy Breakfast from KCA is coming up on Friday, September 24, 2021 at the Norris Conference Center. PKF Texas is once again to be the Networking Sponsor of this event. “Reinventing the Energy in H-Town: Exploration, Production, Renewables, Transmission, Marketing, Supply & Technology” will be discussed with...
HOUSTON, TX