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Prometheus Energy and Seneca Resources Sign LNG Services Agreement
Seneca Resources Corporation, the exploration and production segment of National Fuel Gas Company explores for, develops, and purchases natural gas and oil reserves in California and Appalachia.
Seneca Resources Announces Plan to Convert Marcellus Drilling Rigs to ...  Business Wire (press release)
Prometheus signs deal with Seneca to supply LNG  Bizjournals.com
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Company Says It Can Make Fuel out of Thin Air
Air Fuel Synthesis, a small British company, has found a way to combine basic elements from air and water into usable fuel. By Emma O'Connor Oct. 23, 20120 ... The process is, of course, still in its early stages and it relies on electricity from the ...
Are British Engineers Really Producing Petrol from Air Technology?  Energy Collective
Exclusive: Pioneering scientists turn fresh air into petrol in massive boost ...  The Independent
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An Airline Fleet Fueled by Natural Gas
Engines running on the fuel require less maintenance because they do not produce sulfur dioxide, he said, but the company does not see an advantage when it comes to reducing heat-trapping emissions related to global warming. Still, because the fuel is ...
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Natural gas eyed as fuel for trains
Although rail companies have been coy in public about the potential of natural gas for locomotives, citing nascent technology and few real-world examples of gas-powered trains, they are exploring the option aggressively. "The interest level, as you ...
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What Should We Do With All This New Natural Gas Supply?
On the political level, natural gas is a winner on the right and (most of) the left as a domestic fuel that also (with some disputes) generates less CO2 when burned.
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Is Obesity a Heavy Drag on Fuel Economy?
Consumer worries over gas prices and new fuel-efficiency regulations are causing automakers to get serious about trimming fat from their cars, with some even swapping out hard-copy owner's manuals for flash drives in the push to cut weight.
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Factbox: Surge in natural gas pipelines to hit US Northeast
New U.S. pipeline projects in the Marcellus Shale are set to unlock significant reserves of natural gas in the last few months of this year and in 2013.
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Gazprom and Ukraine in lucrative and difficult tango
French, German, Slovakian and Turkish companies have renegotiated their contracts for natural gas; the European Union has launched an antitrust investigation; and Lithuania recently filed a $1.9 billion legal claim against Gazprom over alleged price ...
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Debate on green-energy 'losers' vs. fossil fuels heats up
Coal, gas and oil companies and related groups have spent tens of millions of dollars in political-season advertising promoting their fuels, while other commercials have attacked Mr. Obama for favoring alternative sources such as wind and solar over ...
Romney's $90 billion green jobs attack  Washington Post (blog)
Debate: Obama Backs Green Energy, Romney Backs Black  Environment News Service
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American Obesity: The Biggest Threat to Fuel Economy?
The extra pounds people are packing on their waistlines might be offsetting gains in gas mileage, according to a blog post from the insurance company Allstate. Weight gain of passengers in noncommercial vehicles could account for nearly 1 billion ...
Allstate: Overweight Drivers, Passengers Hurt Vehicle Fuel Efficiency  Insurance Journal
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