Freelance Journalist and Online Contributor, Forbes
fuelfix.com — The House Transportation Committee approved a measure that would allow construction of the Keystone XL pipeline without action by President Barack Obama, the third panel to push the pipeline bill this year. The bill now goes to the full House after the committee voted 33-24. The Republican-led initiative is largely symbolic.
forbes.com — Is the radiation leak at a nuclear reactor in Southern California a crisis or is it a controversy? The facts are not yet in. But crisis experts are saying that in all instances, the best policy is one of openness and transparency, revealing the underlying facts early and often.
energybiz.com — California is now wrestling with the fate of a single nuclear plant in Southern California. And while the fierce debate will no doubt have broader ramifications for the entire sector, the ordeal is weighing heavily on just one utility: Edison International's Southern California Edison.
nationaljournal.com — COVE POINT, Md.-Along the banks of the Chesapeake Bay, a little more than an hour south of the U.S. Capitol, sits a facility whose golden days of importing natural gas are gone. Back in 2004 and 2005, when fuel prices were high, ships hauling natural gas from overseas docked here two or three times a week.
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