Winning bid for bankrupt South Philly refinery wasn’t the highest offer, aggrieved creditors say

The unsecured creditors also criticized the reorganization plan for providing potentially tens of millions of dollars in bonuses for eight refinery executives.

Winning bid for bankrupt South Philly refinery wasn’t the highest offer, aggrieved creditors say

The unsecured creditors also criticized the reorganization plan for providing potentially tens of millions of dollars in bonuses for eight refinery executives.

Chicago developer Hilco’s $240 million bid wins auction for bankrupt Philadelphia refinery

Hilco, a Chicago real estate firm that has acquired old power plant sites in Boston and in New Jersey, and is building warehouses on a former steel mill site in Baltimore, reached an agreement to acquire the refinery site.

Chicago developer Hilco’s $240 million bid wins auction for bankrupt Philadelphia refinery

Hilco, a Chicago real estate firm that has acquired old power plant sites in Boston and in New Jersey, and is building warehouses on a former steel mill site in Baltimore, reached an agreement to acquire the refinery site.

Philadelphia refinery hit with $132,000 fine for violations related to June fire

The agency cited the refinery owner for 10 specific violations, including a failure to inspect an elbow in a section of pipe that had corroded significantly since it was installed 46 years before.

Philadelphia refinery hit with $132,000 fine for violations related to June fire

The agency cited the refinery owner for 10 specific violations, including a failure to inspect an elbow in a section of pipe that had corroded significantly since it was installed 46 years before.
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Philly refinery auction said to attract Chicago developer that rehabs industrial properties

The fate of the bankrupt Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery complex, shut down since a catastrophic June fire and explosion, hung in the balance on Friday.

Pa. approves Aqua America’s $4.3 billion expansion into natural gas. Now it wants to be Essential.

The PUC approved the Aqua's $4.3 billion acquisition of one of the state’s largest gas utilities, completing the Bryn Mawr firm’s transformation into an “infrastructure company.”

No more leaks: Chemical unit at Delaware Memorial Bridge reopened after a year of fines, inspections, repairs

In the month after the accident, Croda blamed an incorrect gasket installed by a contractor for the leak, and checked and replaced seals around the plant.

For sale: 1,300 acres in South Philly. Next 7 days could decide the fate of bankrupt refinery.

The 1,300-acre property, which is larger than all of Center City, could be sold to one buyer, or broken up into pieces and sold to several buyers.

Amazon workers clash with company over climate change

Amazon employees say that the company has threatened to fire some workers for publicly pushing the company to do more to combat climate change.

Philly’s largest solar installation planned as part of new LNG plant in Passyunk

The solar field will serve as an additional power source to assist in running the plant, lessening the burden on the grid.

South Philly refinery, a big polluter, shut down 6 months ago. So, do we have cleaner air?

There is a lot of data, but neither the scientists who monitor the data, nor city officials seem to have a clear answer.

Brushing aside climate concerns, U.S. clears way for gas pipeline in Philadelphia area

Brushing aside a debate about climate change, the federal government approved the project, which would repurpose an existing oil pipeline to carry natural gas to Delaware County.

Giant Philly steam plant that heats hospitals, Museum of Art, and UPenn has a new owner

A French company, AIP, is buying the Center City district steam heating system, best known for its towering Grays Ferry power plant and sidewalk vapor clouds.

Did steel, natural gas and manufacturing jobs in Pa. actually grow in Trump’s first term?

The numbers aren't as glowing as the candidate claims, in steel, energy and manufacturing. The tariffs created a boom for steelmakers that led to a bust, which one analyst called “Steelmageddon.”

ExxonMobil prevails over New York in high-profile climate fraud case

ExxonMobil prevailed Tuesday in its much-watched legal battle with the state of New York, beating back claims that it misled investors for years in how it calculated the financial risks of climate change.

Federal officials will let LNG be shipped by rail to Greenwich Township port

Energy Transport Solutions LLC wins approval to rail up to 100 tank cars of LNG, produced from fracking Pennsylvania shale gas wells, to the Repauno Port and Rail Terminal in Gloucester County.

Shuttered Philly refinery carves out a 23-acre parcel for a renewable gas producer

The plan to carve the vacant land, located on Maiden Lane to the west of the Schuylkill Expressway, indicates that RNG intends to move ahead with its plans to build a plant that can convert food waste into methane gas.

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