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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Ernest Moniz
In another presidential foray into territory once reserved for Congress, President Obama's Department of Energy is exploring setting up sites to store reserves of gasoline in various places around the country to provide backup when major storms and other emergencies cut off access to local fuel supplies.
The booming oil industry has been one of the few bright spots in an otherwise sluggish economy, but Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says that the days of fossil fuel are numbered as the administration focuses on climate change.
If you were looking for Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz this week, you might want to consult the 2014 electoral map of endangered Democrats as a guide.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has visited Detroit to mark the city's progress installing energy-efficient LED streetlights in an update of its largely broken public lighting system.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Friday changing the way the country gets its energy is critical to protecting the climate, boosting the economy and enhancing national security.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz praised Department of Energy projects at Oak Ridge during a speech Friday at the University of Tennessee, saying they were central to America's science and economic competitiveness.
The nation's top energy official delivered a blunt message Monday to a Connecticut audience of energy executives, regulators, environmentalists and others who already know that fuel heating and cooling homes and businesses and running power plants in New England is among the costliest in the nation.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz (mo-NEEZ') is coming to Rhode Island as part of the Obama administration's reassessment of the nation's energy strategy.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz told his Russian counterpart last year that U.S. authorities may need to use a different method to destroy weapons-grade plutonium rather than rely on an over-budget facility in South Carolina.
The U.S. Department of Energy plans to begin managing a southern Ohio uranium enrichment project overseen by a company that filed for bankruptcy last month to restructure debt.
House Republicans accused the Department of Energy of abandoning pro-energy initiatives and instead yielding to the Obama administration's environmentalist and climate-change agenda.
Frustrated by federal government delays, the state of Washington on Monday issued its own plan for cleaning up the nation's most contaminated nuclear weapons site.
Clearing a key hurdle to the construction of the nation's first new nuclear power plants in some three decades. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz confirmed Wednesday the Obama administration will make available billions of dollars in federal loan guarantees to support private construction efforts.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is returning to Washington to attend a workforce development meeting and talk about natural gas and oil exploration with a member of President Barack Obama's Cabinet.
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz is headed to Virginia to promote President Barack Obama's job-creation initiatives in the energy sector.
"Maybe," he told Platts Energy TV, "our structures could be re-examined."
"Today, it's a different world," he said in commissioning a "quadrennial review" by the department's staff earlier this year. "The energy world looks nothing like [what] almost all analysts expected — certainly a decade ago. It certainly does not look anything like the oil world of the 1970s."