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NEW YORK, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- A federal jury has unanimously held ExxonMobil liable for contaminating New York City's drinking water supply with the gasoline additive MTBE (methyl tertiary butyl ether).
By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Senate panel will hear from Bush administration officials on Wednesday about possible gasoline shortages spurred by the oil industry's decision to remove a water-polluting additive from U.S. supplies.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New Jersey's Acting Governor Richard Cody signed a bill on Thursday banning the gasoline additive MTBE in fuel sold in the state, with the ban taking effect January 2009. New Jersey will be the 25th state to phase out the fuel additive methyl tertiary butyl ether, or MTBE.
By Tom Doggett and Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congressional negotiators on Tuesday were set to finalize $11.5 billion in energy tax credits and incentives, setting the stage for the U.S. Congress to vote on a broad energy bill later this week.
By Tom Doggett and Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON (Reuters) - To stretch America's gasoline supplies, a draft U.S. energy bill would almost double production of the motor fuel additive ethanol to 7.5 billion gallons a year by 2012.
By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Democrats asked the Bush administration on Thursday to share research on whether a water-fouling fuel additive is known to cause cancer as Republicans pushed to protect the manufacturers from lawsuits.
Tom Doggett and Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A joint Senate-House committee working out the details of a broad U.S. energy bill voted on Tuesday to expand U.S. daylight-saving time by two months to help reduce energy consumption.
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