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Converting from Oilheat to gas heat might not pay off due to several important factors, according to a recent report on…


Two Massachusetts utilities are facing hefty fines for their poor performance during two major storms in 2011. Meanwhile, nine…


The current surge in U.S. crude oil production could put so much downward pressure on domestic oil prices that a price of $50 a…


Eighteen people were injured and many more narrowly escaped harm in a natural gas explosion in Springfield, Mass., that damaged…


U.S. oil production surged recently to the highest level since January 1997, reducing the country's dependence on imported fuels…


A recent study that revealed more than 3,000 natural gas leaks in the streets of Boston is fueling questions about whether…


In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, NORA (National Oilheat Research Alliance) has released a "Check List" designed to provide…


Natural gas customers whose homes were damaged by Superstorm Sandy might remain without heat until they can schedule an…


In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, residents in some storm-battered communities are living in fear of fire and explosions caused by…


Some energy experts are predicting that the United States could overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's largest petroleum producer…