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GE's Gas Engines Powering First LNG-Fueled Drilling Rigs in Giant ...
Seneca Resources is a wholly owned exploration and production subsidiary of National Fuel Gas Company, while Ensign Drilling is one of the world's leading land-based drillers and well servicing providers for crude oil, natural gas and geothermal projects.
Using natural gas for temporary power  Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Teens Create A Way To Use Urine As Fuel
Here's some news from Africa that will be of interest to all of the people waiting in line for gas to use in their generators after Hurricane Sandy.
Gas shortage continues in areas hit by Sandy
Only 40% of the 2,944 gas stations tracked by AAA in New Jersey have power and are operational, according to Robert Sinclair, New York spokesman for the motorist group.
As Sandy's aftermath drags on, gas lines stretch through the night
In New Jersey, death toll rises and gas becomes scarce in Sandy's ...  The Star-Ledger -
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
Jordan protesters call for king's 'downfall' as demonstrations ... (blog)
Critics of Gas Should Be Realistic
Yet Qatar, which has staked its future not on oil but on natural gas, is the perfect place to tackle a question that has become central to the climate debate: should natural gas - cleaner than coal and oil but still a fossil fuel - be embraced or ...
The Kyoto Protocol: Hot air
Qatar hosts climate summit amid criticism
Pipelines Explained: How Safe are America's 2.5 Million Miles of Pipelines?
But the real culprit was found underground: a ruptured pipeline spewing natural gas caused a blast that left behind a 72 foot long crater, killed eight people, and injured more than fifty.
How Safe Are America's 2.5 Million Miles of Pipelines?  Scientific American
A Slow Return to Normal Skips the Gas Station
The department will send generators - along with National Guard troops to operate and secure them - to gas stations unable to pump fuel because they are in areas still blacked out by the storm, officials said. But on Saturday drivers across the New ...
Life after Sandy: Evacuations, power and gas still dire issues days after storm  The Star-Ledger -
N.J. Sandy Death Toll Rises to 12 as Temperatures Decline  Bloomberg
Climate Change Report Outlines Perils for US Military
The group, the National Research Council, says in a study commissioned by the C.I.A. and other intelligence agencies that clusters of apparently unrelated events exacerbated by a warming climate will create more frequent but unpredictable crises in ...
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 ...
One fiscal cliff fix: Raise the gas tax
As lawmakers race to negotiate a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff, some experts say one tax increase should be on the table: a gas tax hike. Currently at 18.4 cents a gallon, the federal gas tax is used primarily to build and repair roads, bridges and ...