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Industry, enviros praise gas-drilling time-out

ALBANY (AP) — Environmental groups and energy companies both claimed victory after Gov. David Paterson ordered a seven-month moratorium on some natural gas drilling in the state, although environmentalists would have preferred the broader ban that the Legislature had approved.

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Wind cases blowing forward

Separate cases involving a wind turbine project in two Finger Lakes communities are moving ahead. Monroe County Supreme Court Justice John J. Ark on Wednesday denied the Town of Italy’s request to dismiss an Article 78 petition ...

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Judge eyes June 2011 for first oil spill trial

NEW ORLEANS — The first federal trial for damage claims by businesses and individuals complaining of financial losses from the Gulf Coast oil spill could be held next summer, a judge said Friday.

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NY’s Smart Grid projects move ahead

New York State Public Service Commission has voted to grant Consolidated Edison Company of New York Inc.’s request to establish a surcharge to collect certain costs related to smart grid projects approved under ...

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