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Gas Stove Pollution Risk Is Greatest in Smaller Homes, Study Finds

Gas-burning ranges, a significant contributor to indoor pollution, can produce and spread particularly high levels of some pollutants in smaller…

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Water Heaters Use Lots of Energy. The D.O.E. Wants to Change That.

The Biden administration is tightening efficiency rules for water heaters, stoves and other appliances, and conservative politicians are dialing up…

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ExxonMobil and Chevron Report Lower Earnings

Profits for the two oil giants, which are locked in a standoff over drilling off the coast of Guyana, were…

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A New York Bill Seeks to Reduce Natural Gas Use. Here’s What to Know.

Legislators and activists are rallying to squeeze the NY HEAT Act into the state budget by the April 1 deadline.

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When We See the Climate More Clearly, What Will We Do?

This month MethaneSAT, an $88 million, 770-pound surveillance satellite conceived by the Environmental Defense Fund and designed at Harvard to…

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Oil Executives, Meeting in Texas, Cast Doubts on ‘Fantasy’ Energy Transition

The comments by a Saudi executive raised questions regarding whose predictions about the future of oil and gas are more…

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Gas Pumps Didn’t Work in New Zealand. Blame the Leap Year.

Dozens of unattended fuel stations across the country stopped working on Thursday for hours because of a software issue.

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Bosnia’s Dysfunction Snarls Efforts to Curb Moscow’s Reach in the Balkans

The United States and Europe have championed a new pipeline to bring gas to Bosnia and cut supplies from Russia.…

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We Can Still Resist a Pipeline to Hell

Earlier this month, the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company announced its intention to build the South’s largest gas pipeline in…

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U.S. Gas Producers Are Racing to Sell to Asia. And Mexico Is Key.

By next year, American natural gas will start flowing across Mexico to a major export terminal on the Pacific, reflecting…

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