Atmos Energy to install new distribution line through Lewisville starting in April

The 12-inch-diameter line will begin on the south side of FM 407 along the west side of Summit Avenue, continue down to College Street,...

ERCOT expects record-breaking peak demand this summer

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is preparing for record-breaking peak usage this summer. ERCOT today released its final Seasonal Assessment of Resource Adequacy  (SARA)...

Gas panic hits DFW

STAFF REPORTS State officials assured the public that there wasn’t a gasoline shortage in North Texas Aug. 31, but those assurances did not come quickly...

U.S. Department of Energy reports on Harvey-related impacts

The U.S. Energy Information Administration provided its 11th update Thursday morning in on the impact of Harvey. Here are some key takeaways: There were 212,491...

Updated: Refineries shut down due to Hurricane Harvey, causing gas prices to increase and...

This post has been updated below with additional information regarding outages. As of 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, 10 refineries were shut down along the Gulf Coast...

Lewisville’s Top Environment Stories from 2016

Stories about Lewisville’s environment were a big part of The Lewisville Texan Journal’s coverage in 2016. Lewisville Lake and the dam that impounds it play...

Latest BLM oil and gas lease sale does not include Lewisville Lake

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management announced their April 19, 2017 lease sale this week. According to the maps of nominated parcels for lease,...

Electric and gas utility CoServ hits milestone

CORINTH – Electric and natural gas utility CoServ announced Thursday that it provides service to 300,000 meters – 200,000 electric and 100,000 gas. After Denton County Electric...