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Extremely high natural gas prices have forced a New Hampshire company to temporarily halt operations and furlough employees,…


In an editorial that appeared in the November 30th issue of the Journal Inquirer (JI), a local north central Connecticut tabloid…


A shortage of capacity in natural gas pipelines serving the Northeast is driving electric rates up throughout southern New…


Unions and environmentalists have found common ground in the debate over the natural gas drilling: fixing leaky, decaying…


A major new study blows up the whole notion of natural gas as a short term bridge fuel to a carbon-free economy, according to a…


U.S. emissions of methane, a potent heat trapping greenhouse gas and the primary ingredient in natural gas, may be 500 percent…


The natural gas industry is angling for some favorable legislation from Congress that would ease the permitting of natural gas…


Connecticut regulators have tentatively approved a natural gas expansion plan that would drive up natural gas prices while…


Rising natural gas costs are expected to drive up the cost of electricity by as much as 35 percent this winter in the Boston…


New England’s growing dependence on natural gas for both electric power and heat is exceeding the capacity of pipelines feeding…