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Hurricane Irma cut power to nearly two-thirds of Florida’s electricity customers

September 20, 2017 Today in Energy 0

Hurricane Irma struck Florida on September 10, 2017, and knocked out power to 6.7 million electricity customers—64% of all customer accounts in the state—according to reports compiled by Florida’s Division of Emergency Management. In the week since the storm made landfall, less than 5% of Florida’s electricity customers remain without power.

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Oman’s petroleum and other liquids production reached record levels in 2016

September 7, 2017 Today in Energy 0

Oman set a new record with annual total oil production in 2016 exceeding 1 million barrels per day (b/d). Oman�s petroleum and other liquids production ranks seventh among the Middle Eastern countries. Oman is the largest oil producer in the Middle East that is not a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

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Electricity prices reflect rising delivery costs, declining power production costs

September 7, 2017 Today in Energy 0

Over the past decade, retail electricity prices have not closely followed the costs of fuels used to generate electricity, such as coal or natural gas, mainly because of changes in the other costs involved with producing and delivering electricity in t…

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