CHIBA, Japan, April 5- Producers of liquefied natural gas have shot themselves in the foot with oversupply, and face calls for flexibility and greater competition from other fuels that may force them to take more risks and start trading just like other commodity dealers. Under the protection of these lucrative locked-in deals, producers in Australia, Qatar,...
The challenge, also joined by environmental groups, came after the U.S. Department of Energy last month delayed standards proposed under the Obama administration to reduce air pollution and operating costs associated with the products. Ten Democratic attorneys general, plus New York City and a Pennsylvania regulator, on Monday notified Energy Secretary...
Ten Democratic attorneys general, plus New York City and a Pennsylvania regulator, on Monday notified Energy Secretary Rick Perry of their plan to sue in 60 days for stalling proposed standards for air compressors, commercial boilers, portable air conditioners, power supplies, and walk-in coolers and freezers. The same group, excluding Maryland, on Friday...
NEW YORK, April 3- A coalition of U.S. states and municipalities has begun legal action against President Donald Trump's administration, accusing it of violating federal law by delaying energy efficiency standards for several consumer and commercial products. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who announced the legal action, said enacting the six...
TOKYO, March 31- The dollar edged up on Friday, poised for weekly gains after solid U.S. economic data contrasted with cooling euro zone inflation, though it was set to book losses in the first quarter amid concerns about the direction of U.S. The euro nursed losses, flat on the day at $1.0675 and down 1.1 percent for the week. German and Spanish consumer price data...
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the renewed debate over whether to return federal lands back to the states or to private ownership.
President Trump is following through on a campaign promise to pull funding from 'sanctuary cities' that harbor illegal immigrants.
Several attorneys general are urging a federal judge to reject a proposed class action settlement involving allegedly defective Remington rifles.
At the Club Quarters hotel, an employee acknowledged that requests for a room without a view of Trump's buildings happened "frequently," reports NBC News.
Snowpiles grew across the US as an Arctic chill and winter storm brought plunging temperatures and dangerous winter conditions, NBC reports.
CNBC's Kate Rogers discusses Warm Spring Cannabis Project, the first tribal-owned cannabis operation in the U.S., and how its creating jobs.
Residents of Oregon are taking yoga classes with baby goats, and there is already a waiting list for Spring 2017. CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets for a second day in a row to march against the election of Donald Trump.
The U.S. government will announce that it will allow more research into marijuana but will reject requests to loosen the drug's classification.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the latest on the booming start-up scene in Portland, Oregon.
Oregon's business boom can be seen in record employment, the No. 2 personal income growth in the US and a strong GDP, says Gov. Kate Brown.
These places get high marks for their low crime rate, inclusiveness and the good health of their citizens.
The Beaver State has been busy building one of America’s strongest economies, but business friendliness needs work.
CNBC's Eamon Javers talks about the difficulty start-up cannabis businesses are having trying to get into the banking system. And Don Morse, Human Collective Dispensary, shows some of his Cannabis products.
An oil train derails in Mosier, Oregon. CNBC's Dom Chu reports the details.