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The U.K. government has given the green light to the Hinkley Point power plant project, a joint project to be built and financed by France and China. » Read More
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Investors are fleeing volatile sectors for safe havens. We saw this before in the lead-up to the financial crisis.
As California faces the possibility of energy blackouts, the state may be closing its last nuclear power plant.
A longstanding obstacle has been the need to bring Indian liability rules into line with international norms.
Energy companies are offering “unsustainable” dividends for which they are wrongly rewarded by the market, the CEO of an energy-focused hedge fund told CNBC.
About 1 billion people could be severely short of water by 2050 if global growth continues without water use planning, a study found.
Scotland will today stop generating electricity from coal for the first time in more than 100 years.
A Weather Channel official said the flooding from a bout of thunderstorms last week could take as long as a week to subside, NBC News reports.
No matter who gets appointed to the Supreme Court, there is only one fate for the U.S. coal industry, according to labor and economic data.
North Korea, whose nuclear ambitions have been the fulcrum of security concerns for years, may be a threat in more ways than one.
The markets may look like they’re running amok heading into the lunar new year but not for long, predicts brokerage CLSA.
A national power grid could severely cut carbon emissions while cheaply delivering power all over the United States.
A deal to restructure $8.2 billion in Puerto Rican utility debt collapsed, after lawmakers missed a deadline to approve conditions for the bond swap.
Prosecutors say PG&E managers ordered the destruction of incriminating documents about the deadly pipeline blast in San Bruno, sfgate.com reports.
OPEC players have the spigots wide open for now, but here's why they'll have to shut them down soon, says Terry Tamminen. Plus, more 2016 predictions.
Called an "environmental disaster," it could be months before the rupture is fixed. NBC News reports.
It has been a brutal year and half for oil — and you can thank the Fed’s loose monetary policy for that, according to Michael Farr.
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