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  • July 17, 2018

    SC Nuke Plant Workers Earn Cert. In WARN Suit

    Five thousand construction and engineering workers who were abruptly fired when the infamous Virgil C. Summer nuclear reactor project crumpled under the weight of its overexpenditures and delays won official class status Tuesday in South Carolina federal court.

  • July 17, 2018

    FERC Chair Denies Reports Of LNG Project Review Delays

    Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Kevin McIntyre on Tuesday denied published reports that the agency has informed liquefied natural gas developers that they face year-plus delays in FERC's review of their project applications and said FERC is putting the finishing touches on ways to accelerate the LNG review process.

  • July 17, 2018

    Lilis Energy Sues Another Ex-Exec To Get Back Compensation

    Lilis Energy Inc. filed a suit in the Supreme Court of New York on Tuesday to claw back benefits from its former chief operating officer, alleging that the executive purposefully hid from the company his personal financial interest in two of its vendors.

  • July 17, 2018

    Energy Dept. Kicks Off $2B Tribal Loan Guarantee Program

    The U.S. Department of Energy on Tuesday launched a loan guarantee program worth up to $2 billion that is intended to help spur energy development and attract private lending in Native American communities, according to a department statement.

  • July 17, 2018

    Steel Producer Must Pay Fine, Upgrade Emissions Equipment

    The federal government on Tuesday filed a proposed consent decree in Michigan federal court that would require Gerdau Specialty Steel, North America to pay a $325,000 fine and upgrade its facilities in response to inspections that showed its steel mini mill violated Clean Air Act standards.

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