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Latest Ernest Moniz Items
Ohio's senators want to meet with the U.S. energy secretary to promote a uranium enrichment project in southern Ohio.
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.
Despite two requests by New Hampshire's congressional delegation and a third by the project backer, the U.S. Department of Energy said Monday it can't answer questions about alternative routes for the contested Northern Pass transmission project.
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz is headed to Virginia to promote President Barack Obama's job-creation initiatives in the energy sector.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz is the designated survivor who will skip the State of the Union and would take the reins of government in the event all other officials perished in a calamity.
The U.S. Energy Department named a new administrator Monday to run the Bonneville Power Administration after a hiring scandal rocked the federal utility that sells and transmits much of the Northwest's cheap and abundant hydroelectric power.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz is downplaying speculation that the Obama administration is considering lifting the ban on most exports of crude oil.
New Hampshire's congressional delegation on Tuesday asked the U.S. Department of Energy to provide details of alternative routes for a proposal to run electrical transmission lines from Canada to southern New Hampshire.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The chairmen of the Senate Energy and Transportation committees on Thursday urged the Obama administration to take "prompt and decisive" action following a number of train derailments involving crude oil shipments, including a fiery explosion in North Dakota last month and an explosion that killed 47 people in Canada last year.