The weather is turning cold and no one is expecting Mother Nature to provided a redundancy of kindness like last winter’s weather.
So much natural gas is being produced that soon there may be nowhere left to put the country’s swelling surplus. After years of explosive growth, natural gas producers are retrenching.
Part of Route 9 near the Atrium Mall was closed just before noon Wednesday due to a natural gas leak.
It is one year later, yet a Hyde Park couple whose house was leveled by a natural gas explosion is still struggling to put the pieces back together.
Newton North High School and the neighborhood nearby was evacuated Monday morning because of a reported odor of natural gas.
John from Belmont asks, “Is it cheaper to heat with oil or natural gas or anything else?”
Many Bay State residents use heating oil and this year, it won’t be cheap. Prices will likely remain in the $4 per gallon range.
Massachusetts environmental officials have approved construction of a natural gas-fired power plant in Brockton that’s facing stiff local opposition.
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.
Federal scientists say the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska contains less than one-tenth of the amount of oil they previously estimated.