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Dakota Access Pipeline Court Battle to Linger into New Year

By Blake Nicholson BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A federal court battle over whether the developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline can finish the $3.8 billion project will linger at least into the first couple months of the new year. Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners last month asked U.S. District Judge James Boasberg to declare it […]

Mohawks Take Down Federal Dam

By Mary Esch HOGANSBURG, N.Y. (AP) — A century after the first commercial dam was built on the St. Regis River, blocking the spawning runs of salmon and sturgeon, the stream once central to the traditional culture of New York’s Mohawk Tribe is flowing freely once again. The removal of the 11-foot-high Hogansburg Dam this fall is […]

Big Zap: Huge New Power Lines in West Get Federal OK

By Mead Gruver CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Two power line projects that won federal approval Dec. 13 will give a big capacity boost to the Western energy grid, including power for up to 1 million homes from what’s on track to become the biggest wind farm in the U.S. The TransWest Express project will help […]

Fujitsu’s General Solution Center Opens on Broadway

NEW YORK, NY — The “Air Stage,” Fujitsu General’s Solution Center has officially opened on 1450 Broadway Avenue, 42nd floor. The facility is located in Times Square, just a short walk from the Empire State Building. Fujitsu General North America President and COO, Matt Peterson, hosted the event and led with a presentation followed by […]

First US Offshore Wind Farms Opens Off Rhode Island Coast

LEE, Mass. (AP) — Andrea Wagner is walking through the back of the cavernous Berkshire Corporate Center on Pleasant Street. She points out various laboratory facilities that her company, Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing, has built in the former warehouse, which was originally used to store toys. These labs rest like islands in an ocean of open […]