Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. LP and Google Inc. have invested in four utility-scale solar projects in Sacramento, Calif., that will power more than 13,000 homes when they are powered up next year, the companies said Tuesday.
A Tennessee federal judge on Thursday signed off on a settlement putting to rest claims that investors in a $100 million paper mill didn't buy as much of the mill's products as they promised and doomed the mill to failure.
Specialty metal mining company Wolf Minerals Ltd. has secured £55 million ($85 million) in debt financing from UniCredit Bank AG and two other lenders to develop a major tungsten mine in southwestern England, Wolf announced Monday.
A joint venture between Duke Energy Corp. and American Transmission Co. created this year announced its first acquisition, a $3.5 billion Wyoming wind power transmission line that would bring energy to California and the southwestern U.S., Duke said Monday.
Sharp Corp.’s solar energy business Recurrent Energy has secured an industry-leading $250 million credit facility from Mizuho Financial Group Inc.'s corporate banking arm in order to build large-scale solar plants in Ontario, the company announced Monday.
A subsidiary of Massachusetts wind energy company First Wind Holdings LLC has secured $210 million in financing for a wind project in Washington state, the company announced Monday.
Summit Power Group LLC has secured financing for 11 wind power turbines in Alaska, which moves developer Cook Inlet Region Inc. one step closer to completing a plan it has been working on since 2005, the firms said Friday.
A subsidiary of Houston-based Cheniere Energy Inc. is developing a liquefied natural gas export facility at one of its existing natural gas production sites, Cheniere announced Friday.
A subsidiary of global infrastructure developer Aegion Corp. has been awarded a Royal Dutch Shell PLC contract for a deepwater pipeline project in the Gulf of Mexico, Aegion announced Friday.
A Brazilian development conglomerate has secured a $692 million loan from a group of Asian and European banks to buy a deepwater oil and gas drilling ship, according to an announcement Thursday by Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP, which advised the lenders.
U.S. Bancorp has committed new tax-equity financing to private equity-backed KDC Solar LLC to fund a string of New Jersey rooftop projects, the parties announced Thursday.
A U.S. Senate Committee passed legislation Thursday that would provide grants for local governments to develop more efficient, cost-effective permitting standards for installing solar energy systems.
Royal Gold Inc. has agreed to pay $270 million for an additional 15 percent of the gold from a Thompson Creek Metals Co. mine under construction in British Columbia, the company announced Thursday.
A $2 billion deepwater oil and natural gas development project in the Gulf of Mexico led by Anadarko Petroleum Corp. has been greenlighted by the project's joint venture partners, Anadarko announced Wednesday.
Pipeline and energy storage giant Kinder Morgan Inc. is building a $130 million petroleum processing facility in Houston, the company announced Wednesday, continuing a big infrastructure development push.
Antofagasta Minerals SA, a Chile-based mining company, will build a $1.3 billion copper mine in the country's mineral-rich north, boosted by a $350 million contribution from Japanese trading house Marubeni Corp., the company announced Wednesday.
Hawaii's largest wind farm cleared the state's public utility commission on Tuesday, paving the way for the 69-megawatt project to break ground this month on the island of Oahu, according to the Hawaiian Electric Company, which will buy the electricity.
Offshore drilling standout Seadrill Ltd. is looking to deepen its ties to Malaysian oil and gas firm SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd. with a joint venture to provide oil field services in Brazil, Seadrill announced Wednesday.
Taweelah Extrusion Co., known as Talex, has paid 735 million United Arab Emirates dirhams ($200 million) to lease land in a new industrial zone, with plans to produce aluminum-based products for the automotive industry, the industrial zone's manager said Wednesday.
New Jersey-based power generation firm NRG Energy Inc. has put a Delaware wind farm project on hold because its alternative fuels subsidiary has not been able to secure an investment partner, NRG announced Monday.