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  1. HydroVision International 2017 announces call for abstracts, panelists

    HydroVision International is now accepting abstract submissions for the Technical Papers track of the 2017 conference program, Hydro Review and HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide magazines managing editor and HydroVision International conference committee chair Elizabeth Ingram announces. In addition, the organizers have issued a call for panelists for the Panel Presentation track . The technical papers program is an opportunity to share your insight and knowledge with more than 3,000 colleagues in the hydro industry who will attend HydroVision International 2017 in Denver, Colo., U.S. Technical papers will be accepted in five broad categories: environmental and social issues, equipment and technology, market trends and strategies, project management and operation, and water management and movement. Panel presentations will be made in a number of sessions spread across six conference tracks: asset management, civil works and dam safety, new development, operations and maintenance, policies and regulations, and water resources. In addition, an MHK Technical Seminar will feature several sessions of interest to those involved in the marine and hydrokinetic energy industry. Panel presentations are intended to be informal in nature, involving a moderator-driven panel discussion that includes questions from the audience. All abstract submissions will be evaluated by the Technical Papers Committee. Preference will be given to abstracts that focus on innovative, practical and proven technologies and methods. Abstracts that describe the focus and content of proposed papers (maximum of 400 words) are due by Oct. 14, 2016, and all contacts will be notified via e-mail no later than Jan. 6, 2017, as to whether or not their paper has been selected. The presenting author for all selected abstracts will then be invited to make either a technical paper presentation or poster gallery presentation at HydroVision International 2017. All presented papers will be made available to conference delegates through the online access to papers and presentations program. For abstract ideas and further details, to submit a paper of your own, or to enter your name in the call for panelists, click here . The HydroVision International Conference and Exhibition will be held at the Colorado Convention Center June 27-30, 2017. Hydro Review is the flagship media sponsor of HydroVision International and HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide is a media partner. For more information about the conference -- or to register as an attendee -- visit HydroEvent.com .

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    Wed, 21 Sep 2016

  2. Winners of 2016 Women with Hydro Vision Awards announced, to be presented at HydroVision International

    PennWell’s Hydro Group is pleased to announce the third annual class of recipients of the Women with Hydro Vision award.

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    Wed, 13 Jul 2016

  3. Enviro Groups Do Deal for 2022 Retirement of Two Colstrip Coal Units

    The  Montana Environmental Information Center (MEIC) and Sierra Club said July 12 that they have reached a historic agreement with Puget Sound Energy and Talen Energy to retire by July 2022 the oldest coal-burning units at the Colstrip coal plant in Colstrip, Montana.  

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    Wed, 13 Jul 2016

  4. Environmentalists strike deal for 2022 retirement of two Colstrip coal units

    The deal was struck in a lawsuit filed over Colstrip emissions

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    Wed, 13 Jul 2016

  1. Canadian government reviewing environmental, regulatory processes for major projects, including hydro

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    Fri, 24 Jun 2016

  2. Today’s lower prices don’t doom future US LNG exports, panel says

    Depressed natural gas prices now aren’t likely to affect future US LNG exports much because most projects won’t go into operation until 2020 when global markets have improved, speakers at an Atlantic Council (AC) forum agreed.

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    Tue, 9 Feb 2016

  3. A tough reality for the oil and gas industry

    Global challenges and new opportunities in the energy market will create a turning point for the oil and gas industry, says Statoil CEO Eldar Sætre at the Statoil Autumn Conference.

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    Mon, 23 Nov 2015

  4. Canada’s experience moving oil by tanker on East Coast could be applied to increased West Coast tanker traffic, IHS study says

    Canada has extensive experience moving crude oil by tanker, with policies and regulations similar to other major shipping nations, says a new IHS study that reviews oil tanker activity and regulations in light of proposed new pipeline projects to accommodate increased oil production led by the ...

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    Thu, 27 Jun 2013

  5. Hastings plans to offer bill to get gulf 'back to work'

    US House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings (R-Wash.) said he will introduce legislation “to put the Gulf of Mexico back to work” as he opened a hearing on community and economic impacts of the Obama administration’s new offshore oil and gas policies and regulations .

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    Wed, 16 Mar 2011

  6. Gas industry chiefs laud CHP’s potential

    The potential for cogeneration as an accompaniment to gas power production is becoming more recognised by the gas industry, but experts say outdated policies and anti-competitive regulations are hindering potential growth.

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    Fri, 26 Apr 2013

  7. Energy News: Policy Developments That Will Shape the Coal Industry

    With around 40 national elections, representing 42 percent of the world’s population and more than half of its GDP, 2014 could be one of the most significant policy years on record

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    Tue, 24 Jun 2014

  8. Energy News: Planned power plant closures grows to 7,740 MW in Germany

    Filings seeking the closure of German power plants grows to a combined capacity of 7,740 megawatts, including early shut down of a nuclear reactor

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    Thu, 17 Apr 2014

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