Regulators To Revisit Enbridge Energy Line 3 Oil Pipeline DisputeMinnesota utility regulators are preparing to discuss restarting the approval process for Enbridge Energy's plan to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
Enbridge Urges Minn. Regulators To Uphold Line 3 ApprovalEnbridge Energy has urged Minnesota regulators to stand by their decision to approve its proposal for replacing its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
Hundreds Attend Hearings About Telecommunications CompanyNearly 400 people have attended a series of public hearings across Minnesota concerning complaints about Frontier Communications.
Gov. Dayton Vetoes Bill That Would Decrease Utility Regulatory OversightGov. Mark Dayton has vetoed legislation that would have decreased the oversight of a state electric utility regulator.
Enbridge: Supporters Accuse Regulators Of Delaying Pipeline ProjectEnbridge Energy and its supporters have accused Minnesota regulators of imposing unreasonable and unlawful procedures that they say will delay construction of a $2.6 billion pipeline to carry North Dakota crude oil across northern Minnesota.
Xcel Energy Introduces New Alternatives Energy ProgramXcel Energy has proposed a new alternatives energy program. It would allow Minnesota customers to get 100 percent of their electricity from the wind and sun.
Cologne Becomes First All-Solar Minnesota CityCologne is the first city in Minnesota to get all of its electricity supplied by the sun.
Proposal Could End Most White Pages Delivery In MinnesotaThe annual arrival of a fat phone book on Minnesota doorsteps may soon be a thing of the past. The state Public Utilities Commission has proposed letting companies deliver residential phone directories electronically, sending customers a phone book only if they ask for one. The commission has already granted a few phone companies the ability to do that in recent years, and other states have done the same.
Hearings Begin On Sandpiper Oil Pipeline Across MinnesotaA battle is underway over plans to build a 300-mile crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota’s lakes region. Public hearings are being held this week to consider the pros and cons of bringing more crude oil from North Dakota oil fields via an underground pipeline to a terminal in Superior, Wis.
Hearings This Week On Enbridge PipelineThe public has a chance to weigh in this week on a proposed pipeline that would increase the amount of oil flowing across Minnesota by 225,000 barrels a day.
Judge Backs Alberta Clipper Pipeline Expansion An administrative law judge recommends that Minnesota regulators approve an expansion of Enbridge Energy's Alberta Clipper crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.