Texas-Based Electricity Provider 'Just Energy' Says Winter Storm Could Force It Out Of BusinessAn electricity and gas provider based in Texas, Just Energy, warned that the financial impact of the winter storm that moved through the state could force it out of business.
Texas Gov. Abbott Orders No Exporting By Natural Gas Producers Through Feb. 21During an update on power and winter weather response efforts, Gov. Greg Abbott said he has ordered natural gas producers in Texas to not export through at least Feb. 21.
Atmos Energy Says Need To Conserve Is 'Urgent'Atmos Energy called on customers on Tuesday, to conserve as much as possible as "demand for natural gas continues to be at unprecedented levels."
Texas-Based Exxon Mobil Loses $1 Billion+, Dropped From Dow After Nearly 100 YearsIrving-based Exxon Mobil Corp. lost $1.1 billion in the second quarter, and the oil producer brought in $32.6 billion in revenue, less than half of what it brought in at the same time last year.
Explosions, Fire Lead To Damaged Garbage Trucks In Haltom CityAfter receiving reports of explosions at a Haltom City trash facility, crews found garbage trucks that were on fire Tuesday evening, officials said.
Atmos Energy, Family Of 12-Year-Old Linda 'Michellita' Rogers Settle Wrongful Death Suit After Deadly 2018 ExplosionThe terms of the settlement have not been revealed, but the attorney for the family of Linda "Michellita" Rogers says the girl's parents are pleased.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Says 'We Can Make Our Energy Cleaner'"Instead of punishing fuels that produce emissions through regulation, we're seeking to reduce those emissions by innovation," the former Texas Governor said.
Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Atmos Energy Involving Rosie The Skunk CampaignTexas burn survivor Russell McElyea filed a lawsuit claiming the Rosie the Skunk campaign (and Atmos) gives customers a "false sense of security."
Lawmakers Consider New Safety Mandates After Deadly Natural Gas Explosion In DallasToday, Texas lawmakers will hear three proposals that would force natural gas companies to be more accountable for safety and transparency.
Feds Set To Test Soil At Site Of Deadly Dallas House ExplosionThe investigation into a gas explosion that leveled a home in Dallas and killed a 12-year-old girl has moved into a new phase.
Exxon Raises Production Forecast In Texas And New MexicoExxon Mobil is boosting its projected growth of oil and gas production in the Permian Basin and says the field can be profitable even at lower crude prices.