Energy

United States | U.S. Delegation to the G-7 Environment, Energy, and Oceans Ministerial in Halifax

United States | The Group of Seven (G-7) Environment, Energy, and Oceans Ministerial will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, September 19–21, 2018. The State Department delegation, led by Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and Fisheries William Gibbons-Fly, will include senior officers from the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific … Continue reading United States | U.S. Delegation to the G-7 Environment, Energy, and Oceans Ministerial in Halifax

NEW YORK | 2009 US Open champ del Potro, heat stop Isner in quarters

NEW YORK — John Isner doubled over and rested his elbows on his knees. He grimaced. He shook his head. He looked as if he wanted to be anywhere but where he was: falling further and further behind against Juan Martin del Potro in muggy, energy-robbing heat at the U.S. Open. Isner’s bid to become … Continue reading NEW YORK | 2009 US Open champ del Potro, heat stop Isner in quarters

JAKARTA, Indonesia | Asian Games close: Indonesia shows it’s the ‘Energy of Asia’

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia billed itself the “Energy of Asia” during the Asian Games, which closed Sunday in a ceremony emphasizing the country’s diversity and the ties linking the 11,000 athletes who competed for 45 nations. The opening ceremony two weeks ago was highly choreographed, but the athletes starred in most of the closing pomp … Continue reading JAKARTA, Indonesia | Asian Games close: Indonesia shows it’s the ‘Energy of Asia’

WASHINGTON | US says conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative

WASHINGTON— The Trump administration says conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative for the U.S. The Department of Energy announced the policy shift in a memo made public this month. The memo comes in support of an administration proposal to freeze car mileage standards. The statement takes note of a shale oil boom that … Continue reading WASHINGTON | US says conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative

Missouri News: Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois (ATXI) breaks ground on the Mark Twain Transmission Project

The project will bolster the region’s energy reliability ST. LOUIS, MO – Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois (ATXI) – a wholly owned subsidiary of Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE) – has begun construction of the Mark Twain Transmission Project, a 96-mile, 345,000-volt transmission line and substation to be built in northeast Missouri that will bolster energy … Continue reading Missouri News: Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois (ATXI) breaks ground on the Mark Twain Transmission Project

GE Renewable Energy to develop with Mass Energy Group its 1st wind farm project in Jordan

GE Renewable Energy will provide its latest generation of 3.6-137 wind turbines for a total capacity of 100 MW, enough to power around 150,000 homes It marks the first GE wind farm project in Jordan and the first renewable energy project by Mass Energy Group Holding Project underlines the commitment of GE Renewable Energy to … Continue reading GE Renewable Energy to develop with Mass Energy Group its 1st wind farm project in Jordan

Missouri Senate Approves Measure that Allows Investment in Energy Infrastructure

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (STL.News) The Missouri Senate approved a measure yesterday that will reform the state’s century-old regulatory environment by capping rates and allowing for grid modernization.  Senate Bill 564 will not only help make significant improvement to Missouri’s regulatory environment, it will also enable our infrastructure to be modernized under the current Public Service … Continue reading Missouri Senate Approves Measure that Allows Investment in Energy Infrastructure

Cancer from cellphones? New studies say no need to hang up

WASHINGTON /February 02, 2018(AP)(STL.News)— Two government studies that bombarded rats and mice with cellphone radiation found a weak link to some heart tumors, but federal regulators and some scientists say don’t worry — it is safe to use your device. They still do. Previous studies of cellphone users had found little reason for concern, but … Continue reading Cancer from cellphones? New studies say no need to hang up