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ReutersFRANKFURT (Reuters) - The oil-dependent European petrochemicals industry could be in for a body blow as U.S. rivals seek to get a wider range of raw materials out of cheap shale gas to make more plastics, coatings and adhesives. U.S. players including...
ReutersJune 10 (Reuters) - Enterprise Products Partners L.P. reported two barrels of crude oil leaked from what is believed to be an underground pipeline at Freeport Marine Terminal, Brazoria county, Texas, according to a filing with national pollution...
Reuters* Group Three falls further, Chicago rebounds slightly * Gulf gasoline down on robust supply, pipeline scheduling * Harbor gasoline slips on higher stocks HOUSTON, May 22 (Reuters) - Group Three gasoline differentials extended their slide from last week'...
ReutersHOUSTON, May 21 (Reuters) - Energy infrastructure in Oklahoma largely escaped the fury of a vicious tornado that ripped through a central Oklahoma city on Monday, though a natural gas pipeline reported some damage, companies said. Southern Star Central...
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Pipeline spills caused by flooding and riverbed erosion dumped 2.4 million gallons of crude oil and other hazardous liquids into U.S. waterways over the past two decades, according to a new report from federal regulators....
Associated PressCLEBURNE, TEXAS -- A work crew digging a ditch accidentally struck a natural gas line on Monday, causing a giant explosion in a rural area near Cleburne, about 50 miles southwest of Dallas. Brian Fine, the Hood County emergency management coordinator,...
Tags: Natural Gas, Emergency Incidents, Health, Texas, West Virginia
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