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Natural Gas Smell Reported Across Southtowns
National Fuel says that workers Friday morning were adding an odorant to the gas line at the Porterville compressor station on Hemstreet Road in East Aurora which may be responsible the smell.
Climate policy advances in the states, but slowly
California is pressing ahead with a plan to make between 350 and 400 companies start reducing their greenhouse-gas emissions or start paying the difference.
Gas prices down for most of US, but up in some Sandy-stricken areas
Gas prices have dropped more than 7 cents over the past two weeks, but risen in some regions stricken by Superstorm Sandy, according to a survey published Sunday.
Jacksonville gas prices inch down, oil prices could soon rise  Bizjournals.com
Riots Erupt Across Jordan Over Gas Prices
JERUSALEM - Violent protests broke out across Jordan on Tuesday night after the government announced an increase in fuel prices, inciting what appeared to be an unparalleled show of anger directed at the king after months of mounting tension in the ...
Jordan hit with more protests, work stoppages over fuel price hikes  Washington Post
Protests erupt in Jordan after fuel prices rise  Jerusalem Post
Military to Deliver Fuel to Storm-Ravaged Region
WASHINGTON - As long lines persisted at gas stations in the New York metropolitan area, federal authorities moved on Friday to restore supplies, instructing the Defense Department to send 24 million gallons of fuel to the region and lifting ...
'Couple more days' for fuel shortage, Bloomberg says; 'free gas ...  NBCNews.com (blog)
Low temperatures, heightened anger and fear in Sandy's wake  CNN
Pipelines Explained: How Safe are America's 2.5 Million Miles of Pipelines?
But the company was forced to shut down service to the region, leaving 28,000 people without gas, and it may be months before they get it back.
How Safe Are America's 2.5 Million Miles of Pipelines?  Scientific American
Export US Gas, Yes or No?
Keep the gas on U.S. shores as a cheap feedstock, they say, and use it to fuel an American manufacturing renaissance.
The new boom: Shale gas fueling an American industrial revival  Washington Post
Gas Crisis Abates, With Rations, Special Deliveries and Refinery's Return
In addition to 1970s-era rationing, a series of critical developments behind the scenes - like emergency deliveries to gas stations and the impending return of a major refinery - have worked to ease a fuel shortage that had threatened to disrupt ...
Gas shortage continues in areas hit by Sandy
gas lines shortage hurricane sandy Cars queued up at a Gulf station in Fort Lee, N.J., on Thursday. Long gas lines have formed in New Jersey and New York, and many stations are without power from Superstorm Sandy.
Screams of Joy as Power Restored to Sandy's Hard Hit Victims  ABC News
Lines grow, tempers flare at pumps as gas shortage grows after Sandy  NBCNews.com (blog)
Attention Turns to the Distribution Network for Gasoline as Shortages Persist
Many New York City gas stations rely on distribution terminals in Brooklyn and Queens that were damaged by the storm, or lost power, and have not come back fully, the experts said.