Environmental, Health & Safety :: Environmental Management :: Sustainability
March 1, 2006
Consider Alternate Fuels To Cut Costs
Stuck with high gas and oil prices? Cheaper fuels exist, but equipment compatibility, permitting issues and emissions must be considered first
Thomas F. McGowan, TMTS Associates, Inc.
Fuel costs rose sharply in 2005 because of hurricane damage to U.S. interests in the Gulf of Mexico, and international developments in the oil supply market. Competing fuels — coal and natural gas — rose in price in lockstep. Natural...
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