Bankruptcy linked to power plant adds fuel to market debate
A company behind a natural-gas-fueled generating unit that debuted in Texas in 2014 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week, rekindling questions about the state's main power market.
Trump is always on agenda as industry mixes hope, uncertainty
HOUSTON — The Gulf Coast Power Association isn't afraid to dive deep into wonky subjects, from energy prices to market design.
Company behind West Texas spent fuel plan seeks a pause
Waste Control Specialists LLC asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission yesterday to suspend — temporarily — the review of its application to store high-level radioactive waste in West Texas.
After Petra Nova, what's next for NRG and carbon capture?
THOMPSONS, Texas — As a host of VIPs celebrated here yesterday, praising the Petra Nova project for capturing carbon dioxide from a coal plant and boosting oil output, one question went largely unanswered: What's next?
Critics take aim at Energy Transfer CEO's role on state board
The CEO of Energy Transfer Partners LP has too many conflicts of interest to be on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, environmental advocates argued yesterday.