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BTU International (Nasdaq: BTUI), a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the alternative energy and electronics manufacturing markets, today announced the receipt of an order from a major thin film solar customer.
This summer the price to keep cool, like the cost of driving to work or to the beach for a break, has ballooned. And keeping warm this winter isn't likely to get less expensive. When you analyze the bills, it's clear that the higher fuel prices are driving the increases.
By Adam Schreck Associated Press NEW YORK -- The price of oil recorded its biggest weekly drop ever, and a gallon of gas finally pulled back from its record high. So is it time to declare the energy bubble popped? Experts won't go that far just yet.
BTU International, Inc. (Nasdaq: BTUI), a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the alternative energy and electronics manufacturing markets, will be webcasting its presentation at the Collins Stewart Fourth Annual Growth Conference.
By Angeljean Chiaramida, The Daily News of Newburyport, Mass. Jun. 30--When his 84-year-old mother got a $1,000 oil bill after her most recent $4.69-per-gallon tank full of heating oil, Salisbury Public Works Director Don Levesque decided enough was enough.
By Glen Eller, McAlester News-Capital, Okla. Jun. 28--BY GLEN ELLER SPORTS EDITOR Budget-shattering, record high prices at the pump not only effects the cost of daily living it impacts recreational opportunities as well.
By Mannix Porterfield, The Register-Herald, Beckley, W.Va. Jun. 20--Diesel-powered school buses in largely rural West Virginia are running over budgets prepared when fuel was more than $2 cheaper than stations charge today, so Gov.
By Andrea Hopkins ST. LEON, Indiana (Reuters) - Indiana bills itself as "The Crossroads of America" but with gasoline topping $3 a gallon, few here are celebrating their relationship with the road.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States plunged more than 25 cents in the past two weeks, as refining capacity was restored and demand slowed, a survey showed on Sunday.
Getting President Bush from here to there consumes an enormous amount of fuel, whether he's aboard Air Force One, riding in a helicopter or on the ground in a heavily armored limousine. The bill gets steeper every day as the White House is rocked by the same energy prices as regular drivers. Taxpayers still foot the bill.