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Cap and Trade Concerns?

There's a lot happening on the energy front in Washington.  A major issue that came up in the dying days of the presidential campaign, but one that saw little media coverage, is the issue of climate change and the desire to regulate industries that generate greenhouse gases

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Spring is in the Air

Well, spring has arrived technically, though living in Chicagoland I think I'll wait another month or two before I drain the snow blower

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Consider Commercial

When you look at the data collected recently in the December 2008 Fuel Oil News SourceBook survey, the dominance of the residential business among our readers is clear

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Your Source

It's time, once again, for the Fuel Oil News Sourcebook. In addition to a comprehensive series of directories covering important industry product vendors and service providers, we also offer our annual survey of the industry

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Where to start?

Some months you find yourself searching for something to write about. This is not one of those months. As this issue goes to press, we find ourselves in the midst of an economic crisis

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Don’t get burned by mistake

Water heaters.  They will eventually leak, no doubt, our job is to be able to recognize the signs of leakage and advise our customers about replacement before a major problem arises

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