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Run over by gas

E85 is losing the battle with cheap gas, but promise for ethanol might lurk in other blends.
Fedgazette , Volume 21 , Issue Mar , Pages 12-14

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New law, new fuels

Government regulations soon will require many businesses to increase their reliance on alternative fuels. Here's how natural gas, ethanol, propane, and electricity fit into our not-so-distant future.
Cross Sections , Volume 11 , Issue Win , Pages 1-5

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Deregulation to provide challenges and opportunities for natural gas companies

Economics Update , Issue Jul , Pages 2-3

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In the eye of the storm: gasoline markets after the hurricanes

Houston Business , Issue Jun

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A perspective on the Houston economy

Houston Business , Issue Sep

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Production of natural gas from shale in local economies: a resource blessing or curse?

Innovations in the energy sector, particularly the extraction of natural gas from shale and tight gas formations using horizontal drilling and "fracking," have helped increase U.S. reserves of natural gas to an estimated 70 years' worth of supply. Some theories suggest such a boom leads to a local resource "blessing" in employment and a positive spillover into the local economy while others suggest a boom leads to a resource "curse" for industries not related to the energy sector. Brown examines county-level labor market conditions in the central United States and finds a modest ...
Economic Review , Issue Q I , Pages 1-29

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Paying for gas

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Drilling boom

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Spotlight: Midland and Odessa: Permian Basin cities ride oil boom again

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 7

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Gas decontrol?

FRBSF Economic Letter



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