The New York State Assembly voted Wednesday to suspend until 2015 any action on allowing gas drilling using fracking.
Gas prices have risen at the beginning of each year since the economic collapse – and 2013 is no exception, according to recent data.
A poll suggests New York voter sentiment has shifted from support of shale gas drilling to opposition by a narrow margin.
North Hudson Regional Fire Deputy Chief Charles Thomas says more than 100 firefighters are battling a fire at the Roc Harbour housing complex in North Bergen.
Oil analyst Tom Kloza said that, on balance, we’ll see better prices next year, but the days of $1.39 a gallon gas are gone.
Power and natural gas supplier National Grid has been hit with another lawsuit, this time by its own workers who said they never received overtime pay for extra hours during Superstorm Sandy, according to a published report.
Residents in the Orange County town of Minisink have been fighting hard to stop the construction of a natural gas compressor station.
A bill passed the Assembly Environment Committee that would limit the treatment, disposal, and storage of the waste water from the controversial procedure, WCBS 880′s Levon Putney.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that now is the perfect time for buildings to convert to cleaner heating fuels and the city wants to help them do it, WCBS 880′s Rich Lamb reported.
New York is considering allowing hydraulic fracturing in the Catskills. “Fracking” is a controversial method of drilling for natural gas beneath shale rock.
PSE&G crews worked to clamp the main along Pacific Avenue near Grand Street.
A natural gas pipeline bound for Manhattan is planned to go under parts of Hudson County and both supporters and opponents got to voice their opinions at a meeting in Jersey City on Wednesday night.
New York environmental regulators have issued proposed regulations for hydraulic fracturing of natural gas in New York state and now they want the public to weigh in.
Backup generators kicked in, but operators reduced power at one Indian Point unit to about 70 percent as a precaution.
The NY1-YNN-Marist College poll released Tuesday night shows 49 percent of the adults living nearby are against closing Indian Point.