The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been given three months by a federal court to finish responding to a petition from Maryland seeking emissions cuts from power plants in five states.
The National Energy Technology Laboratory, part of the US Department of Energy, is collaborating with industry and university partners to enhance combustion turbine technology.
The poll also found that 73% of Americans still believe in an all-of-the-above energy strategy, that includes, coal, natural gas, nuclear power and renewables.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has awarded ExxonMobil and Enso Properties with a site reuse award for the redevelopment of the Sharon Steel/Fairmont Coke Works Superfund Site.
The transactions are intended to bolster the company’s balance sheet and extend upcoming debt maturities.
Shares of its common stock are anticipated to be offered at an initial price of between US$16-18 per share.
US Senator Shelley Moore Capito has issued a statement on the Trump Administration’s intent to preserve coal-fired and nuclear power plants.
ACCCE “looks forward to working with the Administration and other policymakers to ensure that the grid is not threatened by the loss of even more fuel-secure resources.”
The Trump Administration has proposed to mandate the purchasing of coal from struggling coal-fired power plants, citing national security reasons.