Monthly Archives: January 2012

Gas Prices above Expectation in January

According to the American Automobile Association, Inc. (AAA) Club South reports, the gas prices were above expectation in January 2012. It has broken more than a decade record, which is being evaluated since 2000.

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Chesapeake Minimises Drilling to Reduce Gas Prices

The second leading natural gas producer in the United States, Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK), hastened an industry attempt to decrease gas drilling to minimise prices, which depicted that the gas prices cut down to a record of 10-year at the … Continue reading

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UK’s Dependence on Gas Imports Threatened

The UK is totally dependent on Qatar for its gas supplies. This dependency may create havoc in the upcoming days for UK’s gas market. Currently, Iran is threatening to block the strategic Strait of Hormuz waterway, which is essential for … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Gas Prices the Utmost in America

Increasing gas price is a nightmare for the public in California. They have to bear stiff effect because of soaring price rise, which is estimated to increase in future. According to the report of AAA (the American Automobile Association, Inc) … Continue reading

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Ohio Suspends Well Operations After a Series of Earthquakes

After a series of earthquakes over the past year, including the 4.0 Richter magnitude scale on Saturday, Ohio officials, in the wake of public safety, have decided to suspend operations at five fluid injection wells for an indefinite period.

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