WASHINGTON, March 18 (Reuters) - U.S. Representatives asked the Department of Energy on Wednesday to explain its plans for the emergency oil reserve, a facility created after the 1970s oil crises, but likely to be reduced in light of a sharp drop in crude imports.
based LNG projects--representing north of 30 bcf/d of capacity--have applied for export approvals from the Department of Energy and FERC. Even if approvals are granted, however, most of these projects won't be able to strike economically feasible
SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - Former Idaho Governors Cecil Andrus and Phil Batt threatened on Thursday to sue the U.S. Energy Department to prevent what they said was its efforts to turn the state into "a nuclear waste dumping ground."
Mexico during the 2010 incident. The ruling states that 3.2 million net barrels were discharged, well below the U.S. Department of Energy ’s 4.1 million net barrels estimate that had been regularly used to estimate BP’s worst-case Clean Water Act fine
of Mexico during the incident. Today’s ruling states that 3.2 million net barrels were discharged, well below the Department of Energy ’s 4.1 million net barrels estimate that has been regularly used to estimate BP’s worst-case Clean Water Act fine
with a pretty good estimate. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) thermal techniques account for 40% of total EOR ..... will grow even more quickly. An April 2014 report by the Department of Energy ’s (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL
(Reuters) - A second container of plutonium-contaminated debris may have contributed to a radiation leak that has led to the indefinite suspension of operations at an underground nuclear waste dump in New Mexico, a U.S. Energy Department official said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled its latest energy efficiency rule on Thursday, a standard for commercial air conditioning units that the White House believes could slash energy use in commercial and industrial buildings.
(Reuters) - It may be years before an underground nuclear waste dump in New Mexico shuttered by a radiation leak is fully operational, and costs for decontamination and other activities to restore the facility are not yet clear, U.S. Energy Department officials said.
(Reuters) - An underground nuclear waste dump in New Mexico where operations were suspended after a radiation leak is of crucial importance to the United States and its reopening is a top priority for the Energy Department , the head of the agency said.