$3.2B Sabal Trail Pipeline Finalized; Construction To BeginConstruction of a new $3.2-billion natural gas pipeline set to run through three Southeastern states could begin within a week after the project received its final approvals from federal energy regulators.
Judge To Consider Florida Pipeline Permit DisputeA judge is set to consider an environmental group's efforts to block construction of a pipeline mean to transport gas into Florida from Alabama.
FPL Gets 5 Years To Invest In Natural Gas ProductionFlorida utility regulators gave approval Thursday for the state's largest power company to further invest ratepayer money in natural-gas production.
Study Finds Methane Emissions Dropping In USResearchers have found that methane emissions from local natural gas distribution systems across the U.S. have decreased in the past 20 years.
FPL Gets Okay For Natural Gas PlanFlorida's largest power company can now get in the natural-gas production business with its customers' money.
State Senators File Anti-Fracking BillA pair of Florida senators want the state to just say no to fracking.
FPL Wants State Approval For Natural Gas PlanFlorida Power and Light wants to get into the natural gas fracking business and wants its customers to pick up the $750 million a year tab.
Grand Jury: No Charges In Florida Jail ExplosionIn April, an explosion at a Florida jail killed two inmates and injured 200 more. However, a grand jury looking into the deadly case said there isn’t enough evidence to bring criminal charges.
State Attorney To Reveal New Evidence In Jail ExplosionNew evidence regarding an explosion at a Pensacola jail will be presented to a grand jury, and it might blow the case wide open.
Natural Gas Vehicle Fueling Stations Coming To S. Fla.South Florida will soon be a bit more energy friendly as plans to open a natural gas vehicle fueling station move forward.
New Regulations Mean Vehicle Gas Mileage Will DoubleNew regulations for fuel economy will save families up to $7,400 over the life of a vehicle, according to the Obama administration.
Proposed FPL Rate Hike Triggers Mixed EmotionsBecause fuel costs are expected to go down in 2013, so consumers should not see higher bills. However, outside factors could push fuel prices up, meaning the new rates would impact wallets.