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Consumers Energy May Terminate Case For New Gas Plant

Consumers Energy has sought and received a schedule change in its Certificate of Necessity case (U-17429) at the Michigan Public Service Commission. The reason given in its November 12 filing is the need to evaluate proposals...more

12/5/2013  /  Energy Sector , Oil & Gas

Consumers Energy Seeks Existing Gas-Fired Generation

On September 30, Consumers Energy issued a RFP soliciting proposals to sell to it one or more existing simple cycle or combined cycle natural gas-fueled electric generating facilities. The RFP schedule was extremely short: ...more

10/22/2013  /  Oil & Gas , Power Plants

Methane-To-Methanol Plant Operational

Oil wells also produce natural gas. When there is no way to get the natural gas to market it is usually “flared." ...more

10/2/2013  /  Methane , Natural Gas , Oil & Gas

Watt’s New? Michigan Energy Newsletter - August 2013

In This Issue: - Natural Gas Power Plant Approval Case Gets Started - Deep Water Offshore Floating Wind Turbines Showcased - Cellulosic Ethanol Plant Loses Partner - Anaerobic Digester Opens at MSU -...more

Gas Generating Plant Certificate Of Necessity Sought

On July 12 Consumers Energy filed testimony with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) to support its application for approval of a Certificate of Necessity for 700 MW of generation at the Thetford Generating Station...more

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