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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

An agency of the U.S. federal government with regulatory authority over liquefied natural gas, oil pipelines, interstate and wholesale electricity sales and hydroelectricity. Its duties include making and enforcing electric reliability standards, licensing projects and investigating energy markets. It has some authority over pricing. It was established in 1977.
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The Energy Department could not be reached immediately for comment late Thursday.
Fairness demands that the Energy Department act soon to identify those responsible for the hiring violations, and discipline them accordingly.
1 million last week, according to the median estimate of seven analysts polled before an Energy Department report tomorrow.
The Energy Department has granted around USD9bn from the USD25bn retooling programme to help automakers convert factories to produce more efficient vehicles, and build new ones to produce plug-in electric vehicles and other fuel efficient models.
Ahlullah Obaidi, water and energy department head told Pajhwok Afghan News the building has 30 rooms and two halls with other attachments.
Montgomery also wrote that the Energy Department planned to use radiation standards that were far more lax than EPA guidelines.
As oil prices hit new highs over $127 a barrel, the Energy Department said it had not signed a six-month contract for deliveries to the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR), the world's largest stockpile of government-owned emergency crude oil.
The Energy Department wants agencies to explain in writing their reasons for not buying energy-efficient products.
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Marubeni has established the New Technology & Renewable Energy Department, aiming to explore and pursue energy efficiency and renewable energy business opportunities worldwide.
In response to complaints from Aid and others, the National Archives conducted an audit of more than 25,000 publicly available documents that had been reclassified since 1995 by agencies such as the CIA, the Air Force, and the Energy Department.
The United States has removed from Iraq nearly two tons of uranium and hundreds of highly radioactive items which could have been used in a socalled dirty bomb, the Energy Department disclosed yesterday.