Monthly Archives: January 2012

Natural Gas Storage Reaching Its Full Capacity!

The remainder of 2012 is looking to stay at all time high for underground natural gas storage.  The surplus of natural gas stems from the energy industry’s continued success in implementing the new and more efficient drilling techniques.   While production … Continue reading

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Is It Time To Replace Your HVAC System?

Many consumers are constantly looking for tips when thinking about replacing their HVAC systems.  Each scenario is different, and it’s fun to think about the best (and least costly) ways of saving energy for each particular situation. Here are some … Continue reading

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United States: On The Brink To Be World’s New Energy Leader

The race for new-energy dominance is officially on. Sinopec and Cnoon, two of China’s oil giants, announced earlier this month that they will seek to buy a 30 percent stake in American hydraulic-fracturing-services firm Frac Tech Holdings LLC. There is … Continue reading

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Another Election-Year Transformation

Natural Gas This years presidential race is already producing some miraculous changes.  The latest example of this direction is the President’s new embrace of natural gas from shale. On its latest report on jobs and further employment, the White House … Continue reading

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Twelve Ways To Lower Your Heating Bill

Heating oil and natural gas prices may have tapered off, but there are still some things you could do this winter to drastically cut your costs. Here it comes. The annual rise in winter heating costs is right around the … Continue reading

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