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Dominion, Questar Ready to Merge after Wyoming Says OK

All hurdles have been cleared for the planned merger between Dominion Resources Incorporated (NYSE:D) (Richmond, Virginia) and Questar Corporation (NYSE:STR) (Salt Lake City,…

Dominion | Questar | Wyoming | Mergers | Energy

Industrial Info

Thu Sep 15 2016

RWE Buys Belectric’s Solar and Storage Business

RWE AG (XETRA:RWE) (Essen, Germany), like its German rival E.ON SE (FWB:EOAN) (Düsseldorf), continues to push forward with its plans to become…

Power | EU | Solar Power | Energy

Martin Lynch

Thu Sep 01 2016

U.K. Bets Big on Battery Power

We've been hearing about battery storage for some time. Not your average batteries however. Think shipping containers or warehouses filled with tens of thousands of…

Power | Energy | EU

Martin Lynch

Wed Aug 31 2016

SunEdison Seeks Asset Sale to NRG for Some U.S. Wind, Solar Projects

SunEdison Incorporated (Maryland Heights, Missouri) is seeking bankruptcy-court approval to sell a number of North American solar- and wind-power projects to NRG Energy Incorporated (NYSE:…

North America | Energy | Power | Solar Power | Wind Power | SunEdison | NRG

Industrial Info

Wed Aug 10 2016

Breaking News: Chevron Restarting Gorgon LNG Liquefaction Plant

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) (San Ramon, California) is in the process of restarting its Gorgon LNG liquefaction plant on Barrow Island in Western Australia. The…

Oceania | Energy | Natural Gas | LNG | Chevron

Industrial Info

Thu Jul 21 2016

Latest Refinery Unit Turnarounds and Maintenance Shutdowns from IIR Energy

Some recent developments: Tesoro Northwest Company is continuing with unplanned repairs on the 42,000-barrel-per-day fluid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU) at its refinery in Anacortes,…

Refining | Chemicals | FCCU | Natural Gas | Energy | China | West Coast | Southwest | Marathon | Refining Turnarounds | Refining Outages | Maintenance Turnarounds | Oil Trading | Crude Trading

Industrial Info

Thu Jul 14 2016

U.K. Exit From EU Likely to Hit Energy Investments

Written by Martin Lynch, European News Editor for Industrial Info (Galway, Ireland)--The U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union (EU) is not…

EU | UK | Energy | Hinkley Point | Nuclear | Hinkley Nuclear

Industrial Info

Tue Jul 12 2016

Dominion, Questar Ready to Merge after Wyoming Says OK

All hurdles have been cleared for the planned merger between Dominion Resources Incorporated (NYSE:D) (Richmond, Virginia) and Questar Corporation (NYSE:STR) (Salt Lake City, Utah), following approval from the Wyoming Public Service Commission, subject to terms and conditions of an agreed settlement stipulation. The two companies plan to wrap up their combination by close of business on Friday, September »

RWE Buys Belectric’s Solar and Storage Business

RWE AG (XETRA:RWE) (Essen, Germany), like its German rival E.ON SE (FWB:EOAN) (Düsseldorf), continues to push forward with its plans to become a green energy giant. Still battling the massive debts accrued from the government's decision to shut their older nuclear power plants early and close the rest in the coming years, both companies have committed to »

U.K. Bets Big on Battery Power

We've been hearing about battery storage for some time. Not your average batteries however. Think shipping containers or warehouses filled with tens of thousands of lithium-ion batteries and you're in the right ball park. These energy storage projects are starting to crop up all over the globe and all are designed to capture and store energy that can be used »

SunEdison Seeks Asset Sale to NRG for Some U.S. Wind, Solar Projects

SunEdison Incorporated (Maryland Heights, Missouri) is seeking bankruptcy-court approval to sell a number of North American solar- and wind-power projects to NRG Energy Incorporated (NYSE:NRG) (Princeton, New Jersey) for $144 million, subject to higher bids, according to The Wall Street Journal. Industrial Info is tracking $5.3 billion in SunEdison projects, located across North and South America, India, Africa »

Breaking News: Chevron Restarting Gorgon LNG Liquefaction Plant

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) (San Ramon, California) is in the process of restarting its Gorgon LNG liquefaction plant on Barrow Island in Western Australia. The plant went offline July 1 due to a fault in the Acid Gas Removal unit, where a minor gas leak occurred. Construction activities on trains 2 and 3 are still on schedule, and both are »

Latest Refinery Unit Turnarounds and Maintenance Shutdowns from IIR Energy

Some recent developments: Tesoro Northwest Company is continuing with unplanned repairs on the 42,000-barrel-per-day fluid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU) at its refinery in Anacortes, Washington, after the unit was forced to shut down due to mechanical issues. Marathon Petroleum Corporation was forced to shut down and reduce rates on several units, due to an interruption in natural gas supply »

U.K. Exit From EU Likely to Hit Energy Investments

Written by Martin Lynch, European News Editor for Industrial Info (Galway, Ireland)--The U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union (EU) is not expected to harm the country's energy sector in the short term, but there will be some negative impact in the coming years. The U.K. and the E.U. will negotiate the terms of the »