BNSG trains are running out of fuel on the Sierra railway, which was built by a Canadian company but is now in service to the United States.
BNS F, which owns the rail network, said Thursday it is shutting down Sierra, which it said had “failed to deliver on our commitment to build a sustainable business model that is financially sustainable.”
The Sierra rail line was supposed to be finished in 2019.
The railroad was originally intended to be the second rail line in North America after the Colorado River.
The Sierra line was initially supposed to serve as a replacement for the now-closed North American Main Line.
The line was eventually extended to serve the Colorado Valley, with the completion date set for 2024.
The Colorado Valley Railway, which operated the Sierra line until 2010, shut down last year.
BNG also announced it would be closing its operations at the Rocky Mountains Railway.
BNL Energy will shut down its Wyoming coal-fired power plant at a site on the edge of the Wyoming Basin.
BNEF, which operates the West Virginia electric grid, is closing two of its coal-burning plants and will convert two others to natural gas.
It is also converting two coal-producing plants to natural coal.
The company is also closing one of its nuclear plants and a second plant for nuclear waste.
BNNE Energy is closing a coal-based power plant that has been operating for 15 years in southeastern Pennsylvania.
It plans to convert the plant to natural power and is in the process of relocating its operations to the South.
BNP Paribas announced Thursday it would shut down the St. Lawrence-Swan River refinery in New Orleans, which has been producing oil at the site since the 1970s.
The refinery has been a major source of foreign exchange for the Gulf Coast.
BSN Energy announced Thursday that it is closing its Algiers, Louisiana, refinery and will be moving its operations from the Algier refinery to a facility in China.
BNOG, the French gas company, said it would close two refineries in North Dakota, including its Bakken oil refinery, and two in Texas.
BNA Energy, the Brazilian energy giant, said on Thursday it will close the refinery at Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
BNTL Energy, which runs the Gulf of Mexico refineries, said in a statement it would cancel its refinery in Gulfport, Louisiana.
The firm said it is canceling two refines, one in the Houston area and one in Louisiana, after its two refiners were unable to come to terms on the future of the two refamps.
The announcement comes a day after the U.S. Senate confirmed Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Van Hollens new nomination comes as he seeks to make sure the EPA is working in an efficient manner as it grapples with climate change.
Van Helle, who will be replacing former Sen. Tom Harkin, D, D.C., as the next EPA administrator, will also have to decide how to handle the EPA’s response to climate change and the Trump administration’s efforts to roll back environmental regulations.
Van Hulle’s nomination is expected to be confirmed on Thursday.