California Energy Commission approves two plants

The Elk Hills power project, to be built near the oil community of Tupman, about 25 miles west of Bakersfield, will be a combined cycle facility fueled by natural gas extracted from the local area. It is owned by Elk Hills LLC, a subsidiary of Sempra Energy Resources and Occidental Energy Ventures Corp.

Dec. 7, 2000—After a ten-year study of the contamination of the Hudson River from polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, U.S. EPA Administrator Carol Browner today proposed that General Electric Co. be required to dredge the river’s “hot spots”.

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