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HARRISBURG, Pa., Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Pittsburgh Terminals Corporation is urging the public to help notify members of the Amish community that the company has issued a recall of kerosene that may be contaminated with gasoline, creating a risk of fire or explosion.
By Meghan Carey, The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass. Jul. 14--The cost of staying warm this winter is going to be costly -- even for those who don't heat with oil. Everything is increasing.
TouchTunes Corporation, the largest out-of-home interactive entertainment network, has announced an exclusive promotion with award-winning Columbia Nashville recording artist Miranda Lambert.
By Dan Heath, Press-Republican, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Jul. 5--PLATTSBURGH -- Soaring heating-oil and kerosene prices have some people shivering with worry well before winter's arrival. Dave Curry of Peru said he purchased 500 gallons of heating oil from Church Oil at $2.59 a gallon in August 2007.
Nepalese government officials were unable to reach an agreement Saturday with the Nepal Petroleum Dealers Association, news media says. The Web site eKantiput reported the two sides failed to break through the impasse regarding an ongoing dispute over the irregular supply of petroleum products.
Text of report by Sri Lankan-based independent Maldivian Minivan News website on 25 June [by Judith Evans in Male] 24 June: The State Trading Organization (STO) has raised diesel prices from Rf 15.50 (US $1.21) to RF 17.50 (US $1.37) per litre and petrol prices from Rf 13.25 (US $1.03) to Rf 15.25 (US $1.19), in the second major fuel price hike in under two months.
China joined other Asian nations in raising its subsidized domestic prices of gasoline, diesel oil, aviation kerosene and electricity.
Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Xinhua "Urgent": "China To Raise Prices of Refined Oil, Electricity"] BEIJING, June 19 (Xinhua) - China will raise the prices of gasoline, diesel oil, aviation kerosene and electricity, while maintaining the prices of natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas, China's top economic planner announced Thursday night [19 June].
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