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From left: Commerce Secretary John Bryson talks with Aquion Energy CEO Scott Pearson and CTO Jay Whitacre along with then-Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl during a tour of the company in 2012.

Aquion Energy assets likely to be exiting Pa. after auction

Four bidders vied for bankrupt Lawrenceville saltwater battery manufacturer. Juline-Titans won with a $9.16 million bid.


Threaded drilling pipes are stacked at a hydraulic fracturing site owned by EQT Corp. located atop the Marcellus shale rock formation in Washington Township, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013.

EQT to become largest gas driller with $6.7 billion Rice acquisition

Toby Rice provided the germ for Rice Energy when he went door to door in southwestern Pennsylvania and picking up leases a decade ago.


Former U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson, left, talks with Aquion officials, from left, Scott Pearson and Jay Whitacre and former Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl during a tour at the company in 2012.

Austrian firm positions itself to buy Aquion Energy at auction for $2.8M

The battery company got a $2.8 million bid for its assets, after raising more than $180 million in equity in recent years.


Mountaineer NGL Storage is developing salt caverns 6,200 feet below the ground in Monroe County, Ohio to store natural gas liquids. The site will have large brine ponds, rail, truck and pipelines. Rendering courtesy of Mountaineer NGL Storage

Hunting for caverns: Appalachia’s bid to rival the Gulf Coast

A project is underway in Ohio to build a salt cavern to store ethane, propane and butane. It could be a prelude of more projects to come.


In this Sunday, May 14, 2017 photo, a shopper walks past the company logo of Japanese electronics giant Toshiba Corp. at an electronic shop in Tokyo. Toshiba, whose U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse has filed for bankruptcy protection, is reporting a 950 billion yen ($8.4 billion) net loss for the fiscal year ended March. Tokyo-based Toshiba called the results released Monday, May 15, as projections, rather than results, since they lack the company's auditors' approval, but it was in line with what it had said recently.

Toshiba to pay $3.68 billion for Westinghouse reactors in U.S.

The payment will cover the costs of reactors Westinghouse is building in Georgia.



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