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Open letter to TVA on Kingston plant future

An open letter previously sent to the Tennessee Valley Authority:. When it was finished in 1955, Kingston was the largest coal plant in the world. Yet history will remember it for sickening and killing the unprotected workers who cleaned up the largest toxic spill in U.S. history. If you simply help those suffering workers and their families, without admitting legal guilt, you could win back much of that lost public trust.
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Atlanta, GAfox5atlanta.com

Gas line rupture, fire closes Cheshire Bridge Road

ATLANTA - A fire involving a high-pressure natural gas line shut down Cheshire Bridge Road on Wednesday evening. It happened at the bridge over Peachtree Creek in the 2100 block just south of Woodland Avenue just before 11 p.m. Both directions of the busy Atlanta roadway were shut down while...
Rostraver Township, PAmonvalleyindependent.com

Rostraver rejects compressed natural gas filling station

The land development plan for a compressed natural gas (CNG) filling station off of Tyrol Boulevard was rejected Wednesday by the Rostraver Township Commissioners. The board voted unanimously against the proposal by Stargazer Land Conservancy LLC, a company affiliated with Noble Environmental and the Westmoreland Sanitary Landfill. The CNG filling station would use methane gas from the landfill.
Energy IndustryPhys.org

The Final 25%: How to tackle hard-to-reach emissions

Electricity, transport, and heating account for a massive 80% of greenhouse gas emissions and are at the forefront of the battle to achieve Net Zero. However, reaching Net Zero means also dealing with the hard-to-reach 20% of emissions: agriculture, plastics, cement, and waste, and extracting at least 5% extra from the atmosphere to account for the emissions that we simply cannot get rid of. Together, this is known as the 'Final 25%'. And Net Zero cannot be achieved without tackling this hard-to-reach wedge.
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Keep the Outdoor Party Going Year-Round With The Best Patio Heaters

Not too long ago, I renovated the back terrace of my Brooklyn brownstone—a new hardwood deck, a killer grill and fridge, areas for dining and lounging, lighting, additional storage, the whole nine yards. It’s become the place for casual dinners with the fam, blowout weekend barbecues, or to take a cup of coffee on quiet mornings. The only problem? Once the temperature dips in late fall, the terrace gets shut down for the season.
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Coroner: Woman killed by house explosion blast, not fire

TYRONE, Pa. (AP) — A coroner has ruled that a woman killed in a house explosion in Pennsylvania last month was killed by the explosion itself rather than the ensuring fire. The (Altoona) Mirror reports that Blair County Deputy Coroner Samantha Kimberling said “injuries from the blast” that occurred July 26 in Tyrone killed 83-year-old Anna Hunsicker. Kimberling said, based on last week’s autopsy, that her death was likely instantaneous.
Lacey, WAKXLY

Avista changing electric and gas rates for customers

LACEY, Wash. — Because of adjustments that went into effect last Sunday, Avista rates for electric and gas have changed for customers. Last week, the Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) approved several standard filings that resulted in changes to Avista’s customer rates. The company’s electric rates are decreasing by 3.83...
Energy Industrynaturalgasworld.com

BP lines up blue hydrogen customers in UK

The UK major will supply the hydrogen to industries in Teesside that currently rely on natural gas. BP has signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with potential customers for its planned blue hydrogen plant in Teesside in northeast England, the UK major announced on August 5. The UK sees blue hydrogen...
Stocksmodernreaders.com

Chevron Co. (NYSE:CVX) Shares Bought by Adams Natural Resources Fund Inc.

Adams Natural Resources Fund Inc. boosted its position in Chevron Co. (NYSE:CVX) by 3.9% in the 2nd quarter, according to its most recent filing with the SEC. The fund owned 561,191 shares of the oil and gas company’s stock after purchasing an additional 21,300 shares during the period. Chevron comprises 13.3% of Adams Natural Resources Fund Inc.’s holdings, making the stock its 2nd largest position. Adams Natural Resources Fund Inc.’s holdings in Chevron were worth $58,779,000 at the end of the most recent quarter.
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ONE Gas (NYSE:OGS) Updates FY21 Earnings Guidance

ONE Gas (NYSE:OGS) updated its FY21 earnings guidance on Monday. The company provided earnings per share guidance of $3.68-3.92 for the period, compared to the Thomson Reuters consensus earnings per share estimate of $3.81. ONE Gas also updated its FY 2021 guidance to $3.680-$3.920 EPS. A number of brokerages have...
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