Massachusetts is the only state that bans the use of the clips that allow you to fill your tank without having to stand there squeezing the trigger.
Boston’s aging pipes are leaking explosive methane gas and it may be occurring in a neighborhood near you.
Hess LNG has withdrawn its plan to build a liquified natural gas terminal in Fall River, citing “unfavorable economics” for LNG in New England.
Last week, when the average price per gallon of regular hit $4.00, analysts predicted Memorial Day travel would take a hit. The average price per gallon has dropped by a mere nickel. AAA now predicts holiday travel will be back up over last year’s numbers.
Exxon Mobil announced it earned nearly $11 billion in the first quarter, a performance likely to land it in the center of the national debate over high gasoline prices.
With gas prices soaring, Stop & Shop is expanding its program that gives customers a break at the pumps.
The top two Republicans in the New Hampshire House are proposing a plan to temporarily bring down the cost of gasoline.
Oil and gas prices have been climbing hitting us all in the pocketbook. By why is that happening? Is it as simple as the law of supply and demand, or is something more happening.
The concept of hypermiling is making a comeback. Popular three or four years ago, hypermiling fell out of fashion when gas prices dropped.
Gasoline prices were up another $0.03 in Massachusetts the week of March 6, 2011, to $3.48 per gallon.