Convert Your Thinking              

Home > News & E-Alerts > 2013 News


2013 News

The shale-gas boom in the United States won’t, by itself, keep driving down U.S. carbon-dioxide emissions in the years ahead.…


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports that methane, which makes up 95 percent of natural gas, is far more…


Heating oil customers will spend 2 percent less to heat their homes this winter while natural gas customers will spend 13…


Northeast Utilities, operator of New England’s largest utility system serving more than 3.6 million electric and natural gas…


Royal Dutch Shell is planning a new plant in Louisiana that will convert natural gas to liquid fuel and place still more demand…


New England is overly reliant on natural gas and has limited access to supply, which causes prices to spike to 800 or 900…


Connecticut regulators have begun a weeklong series of hearings to determine who will pay for an ambitious multimillion-dollar…


The recent announcement that Entergy Corp. will shut down its Vermont Yankee nuclear power station has renewed concerns about…


A natural gas utility has agreed to pay a $1 million fine to Pennsylvania regulators to settle a whistle-blower’s allegations…


The Obama administration has approved natural gas exports from a third U.S. facility, rekindling the debate about whether…