Before The Bell – Oil Down After Libya Declares Ceasefire

WBZ News Radio’s Christine Armstrong, in for Financial Editor Dave Caruso, reports the market and Dow look strong on news of the drop in oil prices in the wake of a ceasefire in Libya.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–03/18/2011

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Curious Why Citizens Energy Isn’t Answering Its Phones

Oil prices keep climbing and people need help, but they’re having trouble getting through to one source — Citizens Energy.


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NH Lifts Rules On Oil Delivery Hours

The snowy weather is increasing need for home heating oil, but slowing down delivery times.


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Gasoline Prices In Boston Area Drop One Penny

Local gasoline prices finally head back in a favoroable direction for consumers.


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Less Alaskan Oil Than Originally Thought

Federal scientists say the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska contains less than one-tenth of the amount of oil they previously estimated.


Curious How Oil Spill Will Impact New England

Oil has been spilling into the Gulf of Mexico for 72 days; more than 140 million gallons and it keeps flowing. The question many in New England are…


Gulf Oil leak investigation to enter new phase

The blowout preventer has been recovered so that investigators can get to the bottom of what caused the worst oil spill ever. WBZ’s Ed Walsh talks about it with ABC’s Matt Gutman.


Shrimp boats bring big, clean catch to Big Easy

Commercial shrimpers who spent much of the summer mopping up oil in the Gulf of Mexico say the first day back to doing what they normally do was a good one.


Tropical storm threat in the Gulf

[ WBZ’s Ed Walsh talks with CBS’s Dave Cohen about the approach of Tropical Storm Bonnie.


Feds, BP keep eye on oil leak

WBZ’s Ed Walsh gets the latest from CBS news correspondent Dave Cohen in New Orleans.





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