- 1.Gas & Energy
Gas Prices Dropping In Sioux Falls
Regional utility Black Hills Corp. is buying natural gas provider SourceGas, which serves 425,000 customers in Nebraska, Arkansas, Colorado and Wyoming, for roughly $1.2 billion.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has slated a public hearing on the Keystone XL pipeline project.
Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. is seeking to raise electric and natural gas rates for its customers in South Dakota.
Justice Antonin Scalia said it is not appropriate to impose billions of dollars of economic costs in return for a few dollars in health or environmental benefits.
The commission announced Monday that the public meeting is scheduled for July 6 at the state Capitol in Pierre.
41st Street has been reopened for traffic.
A new report says you may be saving money on gas without realizing it. AAA says 80 percent of drivers get better mileage than the EPA estimates.
The South Dakota Public Utilties Commission approved rate hikes for both electric and natural gas customers of 5.7 percent.
Drivers in the state are paying 87 cents more per gallon in June than in January.
Sully County voters are deciding whether to rezone land near Onida for a proposed ethanol plant.
Xcel Energy customers in South Dakota will see a 4 percent increase in their electric bills starting July 1.
Lundberg says Sunday that with a good gas supply and stable crude oil prices, gasoline prices could stop rising and might even drop in the next two weeks.
The Beethoven Wind Farm in Tripp can produce an estimated 80 megawatts when at full capacity.
Receive notification via e-mail of the latest KELO Business posts. Subscribe by Industry or receive all articles, you choose. Log in to your uShare account to subscribe.