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New York Fire Department will respond to all gas odor reports

New York Fire Department will respond to all gas odor reports

Following the deadly gas explosion that rocked East Harlem in March, the New York Fire Department is changing its policy...

Landlords slow to abandon noxious heating oil

Landlords slow to abandon noxious heating oil

Thousands of New York City buildings are still burning some of the most polluted forms of heating oil, despite...

Gas leaks in NYC not uncommon, records show

Gas leaks in NYC not uncommon, records show

Natural gas leaks — similar to the one thought to have caused an explosion earlier this month in East Harlem that leveled two buildings and killed eight people — are commonplace, according to federal...

Death toll reaches eight in East Harlem explosion

Death toll reaches eight in East Harlem explosion

An eighth body was found in the wreckage of two buildings destroyed in an explosion in East Harlem Wednesday...

West Side gas pipeline gets federal approval

West Side gas pipeline gets federal approval

A controversial pipeline that will carry natural gas under the West Village and Chelsea has won federal approval, prompting...

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New NYC natural gas pipeline has Chelsea residents fearful of explosion

A major new pipeline that will bring natural gas into New York City has Chelsea residents fearful of a...

A Spectra Energy natural gas line

Controversial gas line connecting West Village and New Jersey gets approved

Construction of a controversial $1.2 billion natural gas line running under the Hudson was unanimously approved by the Federal...

The Rockaways, Queens

Proposed Rockaways pipeline angers locals

A three-mile natural gas pipeline in Rockaway, Queens, has community groups up in arms, Crain’s reported.¬†Despite the fact that the pipeline would provide a cheaper and “greener” energy supply to the area, residents said...

Landlords mull heating fuel conversions sooner rather than later

Landlords mull heating fuel conversions sooner rather than later

Apartment buildings throughout the city are reviewing their heating systems as they consider how to comply with new regulations...

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