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In light of last week's apartment building explosion in the Lower Manhattan section of New York City that is believed to have…


Two people remain unaccounted for after a probable gas explosion in Manhattan's East Village created a fire in several buildings…


Some energy experts believe that new natural gas pipelines are not needed in New England because the region already has an…


The spread between the prices of oil and natural gas recently reached its lowest point since 2009, possibly signaling an end to…


Homes and businesses across the country are becoming increasingly vulnerable to higher electricity bills as utilities rely more…


A federal agency has given its approval to the Algonquin pipeline expansion that crosses New York State to deliver more natural…


A natural gas explosion ripped apart a house in Stafford Township, N.J., injuring 15 people, two critically, and forcing the…


Electric ratepayers in the Boston and New York City markets are paying more for electricity due to increasing natural gas…


"Con Edison, a major utility company in New York City, said on Wednesday that it expects the latest natural gas supply stoppage…


Utility gas customers pay for a lot more than gas, according to a recent article posted by the WWLP News I-Team, in Springfield,…