Philadelphia Energy Solutions, which employs about 1,000 people producing fuel, said its "mission remains intact" under new leadership.
Holtec International said it is buying two nuclear power plants that it will decontaminate and dismantle after they are shut down in the coming years by the current owner.
Holtec International has agreed to buy Exelon's Oyster Creek nuclear plant, which is closing in September, for an undisclosed price. Holtec's plan is to decommission the plant in eight years and possibly redevelop the land.
Where have you gone, Pattison Avenue Station? For the second time, SEPTA resells naming rights of the southern terminus of the Broad State subway.
Landlords won a decision in 2016 that PGW's practice of dunning landlords for deadbeat tenants was unjust. The decision was overturned on appeal.
Buckeye Pipeline says it is only responding to market demand to open up Western Pennsylvania to out-of-state refiners.
The study, being handled by Quest Consultants, is expected to be completed by summer's end.
The state collected $1.3B in taxes from slot machines and $144M from table games. in the fiscal year ending June 30.
Delaware Valley Regional Economic Development Fund received about $21 million from Peco ratepayers since 1998 to support loans and grants. But it hasn't done anything with the money, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission charges.
The settlement delays the timetable for Aqua to boost consumer bills to pay for the deal. The Pa. Office of Consumer Advocate agrees to drop a court challenge.
But Buckeye Partners still wants to give Midwestern fuel producers more access to western Pa. markets, at the expense of Delaware River refiners.
A federal appeals court overturned the dismissal of a challenge by landowners to a fracking ban in the Delaware River basin.
A heat wave can not only lead to heat stroke, it can cause sticker shock when the electric bill arrives.