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    Gas News - May 22


    There are 7 news articles for this date.

    Generation


    MidAmerican Energy Asks South Dakota Regulators to Adjust Natural Gas Rates for System Investments, Future Projects
    DES MOINES, Iowa, May 21 -- MidAmerican Energy issued the following news: MidAmerican Energy is asking state regulators in South Dakota to approve a natural gas rate increase to support the investment of more than $100 million in its natural
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    Environmental


    That big bang that rattled Burrillville? Safety valve blamed at gas-fueled power plant
    BURRILLVILLE — The big bang that rattled the neighborhood surrounding the Ocean State Power Plant late Saturday afternoon has been attributed to the automatic activation of a safety valve that temporarily shut down the plant. Steven Arabia, a spokesman for
    Katherine Gregg, The Providence Journal
     
     
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    International


    Electricity prices rise again on Monday but remain below 200 euros/MWh
    MADRID, 22 (EUROPA PRESS) Specifically, the average pool price for this May 23 will be 194.16 euros/MWh, 13.84% more expensive than this Sunday, according to data published by the Iberian Energy Market Operator (OMIE) and collected by Europa Press. The
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Customers will pay close to four euros on their bill for the gas cap on electricity
    Spain is finalizing the cap on the price of gas in combined cycle power plants to decouple the volatility of the raw material in electricity. Just over a week ago, the Government called an extraordinary Council of Ministers to approve
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Chattanooga's summertime electricity prices jumping 9.4% from last year due to higher gas costs
    May 21—As higher temperatures push up air conditioning and power usage next month, Chattanoogans will feel the heat this summer with electricity prices projected to be nearly 10% higher than a year ago. EPB will boost its average power rates
    Dave Flessner, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.
     
    Natural gas is essential to manufacturing Pennsylvania has made strides in reducing carbon emissions.
    Not long ago, the U.S. was reliant on unstable regimes for natural gas and oil. Now, the United States is the largest producer of natural gas and oil in the world, thanks in large part to the shale revolution and
    Stephanie Catarino Wissman
     
    FBCCI objects to plans to hike power prices, seeks 20-year roadmap
    Dhaka, May 21 -- The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FBCCI) has objected to energy regulators' plans to hike power prices. The premier association of businesses also sought guidance from the energy regulator regarding their plans to
    Financial Express
     
     
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