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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 ...
Qatar Hosting Climate Talks Spotlights Carbon-Data Void  Bloomberg
The Kyoto Protocol: Hot air  Nature.com
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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
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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 ...
Low temperatures, heightened anger and fear in Sandy's wake  CNN
New York Gas Shortage: Public Told First Responders Are Priority For Fuel  Huffington Post
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Gas Shortage and More Bodies Mar Sandy Recovery
The region struggled to get back on its feet today and throughout New Jersey, the hardest hit state, motorists roamed for hours looking for a gas station that had power and still had gasoline. And when a station was located, the line to the pump could ...
Gas shortage continues in areas hit by Sandy  CNNMoney
Lines grow, tempers flare at pumps as gas shortage grows after Sandy  NBCNews.com (blog)
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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
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Obama to continue efforts to curb greenhouse gases, push energy efficiency
Investors were quaking already, pummeling shares of coal-mining companies that waged a vigorous advertising battle against Obama's reelection and which are potential casualties of any curbs on greenhouse gas emissions. Shares of Peabody Energy fell ...
Post-Sandy and Post-Election, Will Political Taboo on Climate Change Be Lifted?  Inside Climate News
Obama's Fossil Fuel Policies Poised To Frustrate Industry Through Second ...  Huffington Post
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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 ...
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Boston riddled with mostly small natural gas leaks, Boston University study finds
A spokesman for National Grid, the predominant gas distributor in Boston, said it does not make sense to repair all the minor leaks if they are not causing a safety problem.
3300 gas leaks are found in Boston  Boston Globe
Methane Is Popping Up All Over Boston  New York Times (blog)
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Traveling For Thanksgiving? Six Ways To Save Money On Gas
And though the AAA estimates that gas prices will drop slightly, they're still high, particularly for drivers who have consistently faced $3 a gallon or higher since late-2010, according to the U.S.
New York City, Long Island Impose Gas Rationing System to Curb Long Lines  ABC News
Questions: Why is there still a gas crisis and why are prices high at the pump?  The Jersey Journal - NJ.com
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Making an Energy Boom Work for the US
Suddenly having a great wealth of domestically produced gas and, increasingly, oil, the argument follows, will allow the United States to look inward and take less interest in international affairs, including those of the politically challenging ...
The US Will Be an Oil Giant Again. But It Won't Be Energy Independent  TIME
First Time Key Global Energy Report Highlights Water Constraints of Energy ...  Circle of Blue WaterNews
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