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Natural Resource Group LLC (NRG), an environmental and public affairs consultant to the energy industry, recently opened its newest office in Las Vegas. This expansion marks the completion of an eight-year plan to establish regional offices throughout the U.S. NRG's locations now include its corporate headquarters in Minneapolis and offices in Houston; Denver; Charlotte, N.C.; Providence, R.I.; Baton Rouge, La.; Portland, Ore., and Anchorage, Alaska.

"Right now in the Southwest, there are important advances being made in the areas of wind and solar power, and electric transmission," says Fran Lowell, NRG principal for the Las Vegas office. "As we continue to serve our natural gas, oil and biofuels clients, we are also excited about working on renewable energy development projects in this region."

SOURCE: Natural Resource Group LLC


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