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Buffett’s firm buys nearly 1 million more Phillips 66 shares

Berkshire Hathaway, Phillips 66

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Warren Buffett’s company has bought nearly 1 million more shares of oil refiner Phillips 66. Berkshire Hathaway said in a regulatory filing that it owned 80.67 million Phillips 66 shares after the latest purchases this week. Berkshire now controls 15.4 percent of Phillips 66 stock. Berkshire has been investing in Houston-based Phillips 66 since 2012. After ...

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Gradiant Launches Oilfield Services Subsidiary Upon Continued Contract Wins

Gradiant Energy Services, water management

BOSTON, Sept. 15, 2016 – Gradiant, a technology company specializing in industrial water solutions and innovations, today announced the formation of its oilfield services company Gradiant Energy Services (GES). The wholly-owned subsidiary provides solutions and services for economic, efficient and environmentally friendly treatment, reuse and recycling of water in the oil and gas industry. The formation of GES follows more ...

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Boston mayor hoping to bring self-driving cars to city

BOSTON (AP) — Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is hoping to bring self-driving cars to the city’s narrow, twisting roads. Walsh announced the launch of a program Wednesday designed to help develop autonomous technologies within Boston, whose original street plan — according to local lore — was laid down in part based on the paths that cows cut through the city. ...

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Dakota Access CEO: Company committed to finishing project

pipeline safety

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The head of a Texas company building the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline told employees Tuesday that it is committed to the project despite strong opposition and a federal order to halt construction near an American Indian reservation in North Dakota. Energy Transfer Partners CEO Kelcy Warren said in a memo to employees that the four-state, ...

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UMH Properties Inc. Announces Grand Opening Event for Manufactured Home Model Home Sales Center in West Lafayette, Indiana

Woods Edge, manufactured home, sales center

Freehold, New Jersey–UMH Properties Inc. (NYSE:UMH) announces the grand opening of the Woods Edge Sales Center, situated at the back entrance of their manufactured home community in West Lafayette, Indiana.  Woods Edge was recently acquired by UMH Properties in October of 2015 and is just one of 98 UMH communities across the Midwest and Northeast. This Grand Opening Event will ...

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Maine’s final LNG proposal tossed by federal regulators

ROBBINSTON, Maine (AP) — The final proposal for a liquefied natural gas terminal in Down East Maine has quietly faded away. Federal regulators have terminated the application by Downeast LNG because of inactivity. The proposal could be resubmitted later, but it’d have to start over from the beginning. The proposal’s demise shows just how much the energy picture has changed ...

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Energy secretary: Administration working hard for coal power

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says the “war on coal” political messaging is untrue, adding that the Obama administration is working to keep coal an important part of a low-carbon energy future. Moniz spoke Monday at West Virginia University during the Mid-Atlantic Region Energy Innovation Forum. He also toured Longview Power’s coal-fired plant with Sen. Joe ...

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Pipeline operator Enbridge to buy Spectra Energy for $28B

Enbridge oil

NEW YORK (AP) — Canada’s Enbridge is buying Houston-based Spectra Energy for about $28 billion, creating North America’s largest energy infrastructure company. Both companies operate pipelines that deliver oil and natural gas. Under the terms of the deal announced Tuesday, Spectra Energy shareholders will receive 0.984 a share of the combined company, or about $40.33 for each Spectra Energy share ...

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Jonesville ex-clerk arrested for stealing utility payments

theft, money, dollar

JONESVILLE, La. (AP) — A former Jonesville utility clerk has been arrested on charges that she stole more than $25,000 in electricity payments by town residents. Attorney General Jeff Landry says Leigh Ann Ingram was arrested Wednesday on charges of theft, malfeasance in office and computer fraud. Landry says the 47-year-old Jena resident diverted cash from the Catahoula Parish town’s ...

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