Energy

Missouri regulators reject massive Midwest wind power line


OPEC production rises again despite deal to limit output


Cracks show in OPEC's plan to curb oil supplies


Storm knocked out power around the Ozarks


China makes 'flammable ice' breakthrough in South China Sea


Federal home heating assistance program is safe, for now


Oil drops below $45 for first time since OPEC deal


Oil prices have plunged 14 percent in 3 weeks


Howell - Oregon Coop outages drop to 880


Kansas regulators reject sale of utility to Missouri firm


Arkansas customers to receive credit for solar energy


Bagnell Dam $52 million project starts in spring


1st US offshore wind farm opens off Rhode Island's coast


AAA says Arkansas has lowest average gas price in U.S.


Obama blocks new oil, gas drilling in Arctic Ocean


Vast field of recoverable oil, natural gas found in Texas


Summit natural gas customers will see rate changes


Barry Electric Coop gets USDA loan to upgrade power lines


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