Duke Bends on Tax Dispute
- Duke Energy Completes Pipeline Removal/Relocation In Houston Ship Channel. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Nov2000, Vol. 227 Issue 11, p28
Focuses on the strategies used by Duke Energy Corp. to complete the pipeline removal and relocation project for the Houston Ship Channel in Texas. Factors considered by the company in selecting drill sites; Execution of hydrostatic tests.
- Duke Energy consortium buys Irian Jaya. // Modern Power Systems;Feb98, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p7
Reports that a consortium led by Duke Energy International has acquired a power project under construction in Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
- Utility migrates to GIS system-wide. // Electrical World;Feb98, Vol. 212 Issue 2, p29
Reports on the plans of Duke Energy Corporation, to migrate its electrical facilities from a legacy automated mapping/facilities management (AM/FM) system to geographic information systems (GIS). Services provided by Duke Energy; Prime contractor of the AM/FM/GIS initiative.
- Merchant plant. // Modern Power Systems;Nov97, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p11
Reports that a subsidiary of Duke Energy Corp. will build a $70 million power plant in New Smyrna Beach in Florida.
- Riverbend ash removal progresses. // Coal International;May/Jun2015, Vol. 263 Issue 3, p4
The article reports that Duke Energy Corp. relocates its ash from its current location in North Carolina to a fully-lined landfill site in Homer, Georgia, as Riverbend coal ash excavation progresses.
- Duke files merchant papers. // Electric Light & Power;Sep98, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p16
Reports that Duke Energy Corp. and the New Smyrna Beach Utilities Commission of Florida received local approval to acquire a site for a gas-fired merchant power plant.
- SCR = SUPREMELY COMPLEX RETROFIT. // Power Engineering;Nov2002, Vol. 106 Issue 11, p20
Presents information on the Duke Energy's Belews Creek Station in north-central North Carolina. Description of the project; Details of other selective catalytic reduction projects (SCR) in the U.S.; Information on SCR installations.
- Duke Energy Plans for Gas Plants Instead of Coal, Powerline, Substation. // Transmission & Distribution World Exclusive Insight;11/9/2015, p1
The article reports that Duke Energy Corp. has created a new plan for its proposed infrastructure upgrade for the Western Carolinas in response to community feedback, replacing its coal plant in Asheville, North Carolina with two smaller gas units rather than one large one.
- Duke Energy buys pipelines. // Underground Construction;Aug98, Vol. 53 Issue 8, p10
Reports on Dynergy's sale of natural gas-processing plant and related pipeline systems in Louisiana to Duke Energy Corp.