Find the answers to frequently asked questions about service stations, gasoline mileage, and how much we pay in fuel taxes.
Static electricity-related incidents at retail gasoline outlets are extremely unusual, but the potential for them to happen appears to be the highest during cool or cold and dry climate conditions.
You may take it for granted when the lights come on at the flick of a switch, or when the familiar blue flame appears on your stovetop, but remember that your natural gas and electricity are coming from outside your home.
Energy efficiency is a core value. It’s also a daily practice of America’s oil and natural gas industry. Energy efficiency helps companies manage costs, strengthening their competitiveness and bringing more affordable energy products to consumers. America is vastly more energy-efficient today than a generation ago. The U.S. oil and natural gas industry is striving to do its part to build on that progress.
Here are a few steps you can take to make your home more energy efficient, thereby reducing your heating and cooling bills, and conserving resources at the same time.
Gasoline is an important part of our everyday lives. But gasoline can be dangerous if not handled or stored properly. Take the following precautions.
Burning any fuel - oil, natural gas, kerosene or wood - releases carbon monoxide and particles into the air. Without proper ventilation, these particles can build up in your home, posing a threat to you and your loved ones.