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While the gas utilities are working furiously to recruit new customers for gas heat with the lure of low prices, one prominent…


Natural gas prices are creeping upwards, and there is some concern that gas users will soon be facing larger bills, according to…


Forbes.com contributor Richard Finger is looking through the current hype about low natural gas prices and is seeing something…


Heating oil users can look forward to stable fuel prices in the months ahead, according to a recent news story by WWLP 22 News.…


U.S. crude-oil production is expected to grow by 74%, or more than 4.9 million barrels per day to an average of 11.6 million…


Today marks the beginning of Week Two of the airing of the American Energy Coalition's (AEC) Fall Regional Radio Campaign…


The American Energy Coalition (AEC) is pleased to announce the launch of a Regional Radio Campaign, beginning today, designed to…


New England's increasing reliance on natural gas has regional energy officials worried about potential shortages over the next…


A boom in oil production in North Dakota and Texas has the U.S. on a course to cut its reliance on imported crude oil to about…


Methane, the primary component of natural gas, aggravates global climate change more than many people realize, according to a…