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Kansas Energy News

October 2005

Oil listings
(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 30, 2005)
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Governor Says Kansans Are Using More Ethanol
(Kansas City InfoZine, Oct. 29, 2005)

Governor: Kansans are using more ethanol
(Governor Sebelius' Press Release, Oct. 28, 2005)

Ethanol use increases in Kansas
(Kansas City Business Journal, Oct. 28, 2005)

State hopes to curtail energy costs
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 28, 2005)

State seeks solution to rising fuel costs
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 28, 2005)

Legislators aim to help hold down energy costs
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 28, 2005)
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NCRA celebrates completion of $300 million project
(McPherson Sentinel, Oct. 28, 2005)

Chamber hosting winter readiness workshop
(McPherson Sentinel, Oct. 28, 2005)

Westar response
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 27, 2005)

Refinery beats deadline for Clean Fuels project
(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 27, 2005)
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Aquila electric bills to rise 13.5 percent
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 26, 2005)

Energy costs could strap schools
(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 25, 2005)
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Don’t let high heating costs give you chills
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 25, 2005)

Sierra Club seeks review of KCP&L energy plan
(Kansas City Business Journal, Oct. 24, 2005)

Editorial: Still not even
Kansas electric customers need Westar, but how much responsibility should customers bear for helping the utility get back on its feet?
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 21, 2005)

Ethanol plant finalists to be chosen
(Marysville Advocate, Oct. 20, 2005)

Aquila warns of high winter electric bills
(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 20, 2005)
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Everyone has an opinion about 'wind farms'
(McPherson Sentinel, Oct. 19, 2005)

Wind-power turbines on line
(Joplin (Mo.) Globe, Oct. 19, 2005)

Suber: More cars run on E85 ethanol blend
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 19, 2005)
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Wind farm issue goes to county
(McPherson Sentinel, Oct. 18, 2005)

Westar recommends rate increase
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 18, 2005)

Westar: Rate hike crucial
CEO cites continued recovery from debt
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 18, 2005)
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Westar asking regulators to increase rates $84 million
(Arkansas City Traveler, Oct. 17, 2005)

Westar rate increase hearing begins today
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 17, 2005)

Scrutiny keeps ethanol plants green
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 16, 2005)

Winter energy costs will heat up
Natural gas price and Westar plan may be a double whammy
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 16, 2005)
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Manure-to-Methane symposium set for Nov. 1 and 2
(Newton Kansan, Oct. 13, 2005)
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Editorial: Fuel Savers
(The Garden City Telegram, Oct. 13, 2005)

Heating bills will chill our wallets
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 13, 2005)

Kansans to get help paying energy bills
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 13, 2005)
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As demand drops, pump prices fall
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 13, 2005)

What's up with gas prices?
(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 13, 2005)
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Wind farm opponents back at county seeking action
(McPherson Sentinel, Oct. 12, 2005)

Tips to help you save on energy this winter
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 12, 2005)

Analyst: $2.50 gas could last for a while
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 12, 2005)

Police feel fuel-price pinch
(The Leavenworth Times, Oct. 12, 2005)

Demand pushes up coal prices
(Billings Gazette, Oct. 11, 2005)

Court considers reservation fuel taxes
(Indian Country, Oct. 11, 2005)

Wind farm won't happen
(Hays Daily News, Oct. 10, 2005)

Heat your home, don't ignite it
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 10, 2005)

Desire to save draws crowd to fairgrounds
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 10, 2005)

On the Street: How should people conserve energy as the weather cools?
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 10, 2005)

Family still has big role in ethanol fuel business
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 10, 2005)

From the ground up
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 9, 2005)

Kansas Operators announces Oil Completions
(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 09, 2005)
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State officials urge energy conservation this winter
(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 09, 2005)
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Coal crisis, possible rate hikes face BPU
(Kansas City Kansan, Oct. 07, 2005)

Layne closes two purchases in southeast Kansas
(Kansas City Business Journal, Oct. 6, 2005)

Nitrogen-filled tires may improve automobile performance
(K-State Collegian, Oct. 05, 2005)

Working for a windfall: Lenexa firm bets that wind will power revenue
(Tampa Bay Business Journal, Oct. 07, 2005)

Westar rate hike proposal slammed
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 07, 2005)

Cost of utilities will increase this winter
(University of Kansas Daily Kansan, Oct. 6, 2005)

Layne unit makes Kansas gas deals
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 06, 2005)
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Supreme Court, new chief justice, consider Indian reservation fuel taxes
(CSP, Oct. 05, 2005)

Free event may help ease utility bill blues
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 05, 2005)

Westar: Rate proposals damaging
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 05, 2005)

High court hears case on Kansas fuel tax
Gas station is on a reservation

(Kansas City Star, Oct. 05, 2005)
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High court considers Kansas fuel tax case
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 04, 2005)

Lawsuit claims gasoline price collusion
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 04, 2005)
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Lyons council votes to sell gas utility
Official: Purchase would be lucrative

(The Hutchinson News, Oct. 04, 2005)
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Petrol Oil and Gas commences five well drilling program
(OilOnline, Oct. 04, 2005)

September 2005

Working for a windfall: Lenexa firm bets that wind will power revenue
(Kansas City Business Journal, Sept. 30, 2005)

Temporary fixes begin on Lyons' gas lines
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 30, 2005)
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Ethanol price up too
Cost of gas and cost of ethanol are both up

(MSNBC, Sept. 30, 2005)

Construction Begins on Ethanol Plant in Kansas
(RenewableEnergyAccess.com, Sept. 29, 2005)

Kansas to Add 20 E85 Sites
(AgProfessional, Sept. 28, 2005)

Annual corn harvest
(The Tonganoxie Mirror, Sept. 28, 2005)

Residents question rate hike
Corporation Commission staff to recommend 11 percent increase

(Joplin (Mo.) Globe, Sept. 28, 2005)

Wind and energy is theme of environmental forum
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 28, 2005)
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A treasure for tourism
Report encourages state to tap prairie on the plains

(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 28, 2005)
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State studies refinery option
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 28, 2005)
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Governors tour Glenville ethanol and biodiesel plants
(KAALTv.com, Sept. 28, 2005)

Bidding for FutureGen
Central Kansas a candidate for zero-emissions power plant

(Wichita Business Journal, Sept. 26, 2005)

Moran talks energy
(The Garden City Telegram, Sept. 27, 2005)

Engineer to Design new Goodland power line (PDF - 703 kB)
(2nd page of article) (PDF - 52 kB)
(Goodland Star-News, Sept, 27, 2005)

Level of contamination still unclear after gas tanks mishap
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 27, 2005)

Coalition plans 20 new E-85 pumps
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 27, 2005)
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Experts: Time to prep for winter
Making improvements will help you save on heating bills

(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 26, 2005)
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To save gas, boys ditch cars in favor of bicycles
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 25, 2005)

Suber: Natural gas is too important to squander
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 25, 2005)
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IN YOUR CORNER: Ethanol savings run out of gas
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 25, 2005)
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Moran tours local refinery with NCRA representatives
(McPherson Sentinel, Sept. 24, 2005)

Moran begins state energy tour
(Bizjournals.com, Sept. 23, 2005)

Bidding for FutureGen Central Kansas a candidate for zero-emissions power plant
(Wichita Business Journal, Sept. 23, 2005)

KCP&L considers wind farm near Spearville
New plant would be operable by fourth quarter of 2006

(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 23, 2005)
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Purchase doubles size of cooperatives
(Hays Daily News, Sept. 22, 2005)

More E85 stations planned
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 22, 2005)

Expect spike in natural gas prices
(The Newton Kansan, Sept. 22, 2005)
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Community wind projects fuel interest
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 22, 2005)
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Pump prices creep up again
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 22, 2005)

Editorial: Resourceful step
(The Garden City Telegram, Sept. 21, 2005)

Area residents object to the manner in which planners handled input
(McPherson Sentinel, Sept. 21, 2005)

Congressional task force to tackle high gas prices
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 21, 2005)

Wind at forefront of energy debate
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 21, 2005)
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Rising natural gas prices a hot topic
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 21, 2005)
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Wind at forefront of energy debate
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 21, 2005)
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Texas firm to build manure-powered ethanol plant in Kansas
(Dodge City Globe, Sept. 20, 2005)
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Fuel costs may have kept people from festival this year
(Arkansas City Traveler, Sept. 20, 2005)

Haskell County tapped for ethanol plant
(The Garden City Telegram, Sept. 20, 2005)v

Wind farm issue advances
(McPherson Sentinel, Sept. 20, 2005)

Agency aiming to spark added electric capacity
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 20, 2005)
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Moran to serve on task force addressing rising fuel prices
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 20, 2005)
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Cattle manure would power new ethanol plant in Haskell Co.
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 20, 2005)
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Search not quite over for natural gas leaks in Lyons
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 20, 2005)
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Gas prices were good way to gauge the turnout at fair
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 20, 2005)
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New energy agency's goal: a better grid
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 20, 2005)

Ethanol plant set for Haskell County
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 20, 2005)
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Ethanol fuels local economy
(The Newton Kansan, Sept. 19, 2005)
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Dallas firm to build ethanol plant In Haskell County
(The Wichita Eagle, Sept. 19, 2005)

Texas company to build Kansas fuel ethanol plant
(Wichita Business Journal, Sept. 19, 2005)

Panda Announces Cow Manure Powered Ethanol Plant in Kansas; Home Grown Fuel to Lower US Cost of Gasoline
(PR Newswire, Sept. 19, 2005)

Ethanol projects spring up around southwest Kansas
Proximity to cattle market could be boon to ethanol plants

(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 19, 2005)
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Amid ethanol interest, Garnett celebrated plant with 'Cornstock'
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, Sept. 18, 2005)
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Update on oil, gas mapping on agenda
(The Garden City Telegram, Sept. 17, 2005)

Wind farm issue continues to bring public comments
(McPherson Sentinel, Sept. 15, 2005)

Low pump prices draw a crowd
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 15, 2005)

Ethanol bends offer economic alternative to gasoline
(Hillsboro Free Press, Sept. 14, 2005)

ScottishPower's PPM Energy secures 300 MW of new wind turbines
(Ecoreporter, Sept. 14, 2005)

Rural elderly on fixed incomes hit hard by high gas prices
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 14, 2005)
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Drop fuels gas wars
Some stations trying to one-up the competition

(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 14, 2005)
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Editorial: Gas Prices -- Growing fuel
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 14, 2005)
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A wind-win situation
(Ft. Hays State U. Leader, Sept. 13, 2005)

USD 418 recognize Holm, his staff for energy savings
(McPherson Sentinel, Sept. 13, 2005)

Gipson: Wind can be an all-around benefit
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 13, 2005)
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Editorial: Time to conserve
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 12, 2005)
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Wittig, Lake found guilty in Westar fraud case
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 12, 2005)

Westar execs found guilty in federal trial
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 12, 2005)
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Officials, farmers hope dependence on oil decreases
(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 12, 2005)
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Ag forum sees no quick fixes to cut fuel costs
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 11, 2005)
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Rising fuel, fertilizer prices hurting farmers after Katrina
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, Sept. 11, 2005)
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Washington Contractor to build coal plant (PDF - 114 kB)
(Goodland Star-News, Sept. 9, 2005)

Pump prices drop
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 9, 2005)
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Farmers starting to feel fuel costs' effect
(Arkansas City Traveler, Sept. 9, 2005)

Gasoline falls below $3 a gallon
(The Wichita Eagle, Sept. 8, 2005)

Prairie Horizon plant groundbreaking coming
(The Wichita Eagle, Sept. 7, 2005)

Like gas, ethanol fuel prices rising
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 7, 2005)

Norris: As supply dwindles, cut demand
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 7, 2005)
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Hearings focus on refinery shortfalls
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 7, 2005)
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Officials: No gas gouging going on
(The Wichita Eagle, Sept. 2, 2005)

Gas price hits $2.99 here
(Marysville Advocate, Sept. 1, 2005)

Sebelius acts to guarantee state gas supplies
(Wichita Business Journal, Sept. 1, 2005)

Rising gas prices fuel jump in city bus use
(Wichita Business Journal, Sept. 1, 2005)

16 gas leaks found in town
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 1, 2005)
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U.S. Energy News

October 2005

Dulley: Steel doors are insulated now, won't waste heat
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 29, 2005)

A 'green' spurt for US businesses?
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 28, 2005)

E.P.A. Backs Bush Plan to Cut Air Pollution by Power Plants
(New York Times, Oct. 28, 2005)
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Analysis: Oil Industry Seeks to Cast Huge Profits as No Big Deal
(Washington Post, Oct. 28, 2005)
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Oil earnings hit new high
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 28, 2005)
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As oil profits soar, scrutiny rises
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 27, 2005)

Exxon Mobil Profit Soars on Oil Prices
(New York Times, Oct. 27, 2005)
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High gasoline prices driving market for natural gas vehicles
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 27, 2005)

Traveling costs expected to climb
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 27, 2005)

Solar homes showcase alternative energy
(CNN.com, Oct. 26, 2005)

Editorial: Gas Taxes: Lesser Evil, Greater Good
(New York Times, Oct. 24, 2005)
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How to pare down home energy bills
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 24, 2005)

As energy prices soar, a city finds ways to cut the cost
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 18, 2005)

The latest investor in green energy - the CIA
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 18, 2005)

Explosion rocks Houston refinery
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 16, 2005)

Ethanol: 2 ways to save
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 16, 2005)
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Do-it-yourself furnace tune-up could help reduce gas bills
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 15, 2005)

KC saves 620,000 gallons of gas, diesel
(Kansas City Business Journal, Oct. 14, 2005)

A national conversation on conservation: Environmentalists hope the time is now
(San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 14, 2005)

Energy Prices Send Consumer Index Soaring
(Washington Post, Oct. 14, 2005)
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Honda Insight most fuel-efficient vehicle
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 13, 2005)

Winter forecast: High gas bills
National increase estimated at 48 percent
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 13, 2005)
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Get set for budget-busting winter heating bills
(MSNBC, Oct. 12, 2005)

Energy bargain blowing in wind
Xcel's regular electrical customers, facing higher rates, now will pay more than wind-power buyers.
(Denver Post, Oct. 12, 2005)

Rails still sluggish for coal
(Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Oct. 12, 2005)

Energy independence requires a multifaceted approach
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 12, 2005)

Winter heating bills to be higher across U.S.; natural gas users likely face sharpest increases
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 12, 2005)
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Winter heating costs expected to soar
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, Oct. 12, 2005)

Higher gas prices hit rural Americans hard
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 11, 2005)

More energy security vs. hazy views in US parks
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 11, 2005)

Fearing Heat Costs, Many Take Preventive Action
(New York Times, Oct. 11, 2005)
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Governors parking SUVS as gas prices soar
(Kansas City Star, Oct. 10, 2005)
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Survey: Gas prices gained 10 cents
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 10, 2005)

Crude oil prices look for direction amid waning demand, increasing
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 10, 2005)
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Storms double heating costs
(Washington Times, Oct. 07, 2005)

Oil prices drop on falling demand
(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 06, 2005)

Energy efficiency back in spotlight
Record high fuel prices force U.S. to revisit politically touchy issue
(San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 06, 2005)

Oil prices sag to two-month lows on signs of waning U.S. gas demand due to high pump prices
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 06, 2005)
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GM plans fuel-cell propulsion vehicles
(FuelCellWorks, Oct. 05, 2005)

Editorial: Running on Empty
(New York Times, Oct. 05, 2005)
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US drivers steering around high gas costs
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 05, 2005)

Oil prices are flat ahead of U.S. weekly petroleum supply report; analysts expect price rise later
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Oct. 05, 2005)
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White House Renews Call for Conservation
(Washington Post, Oct. 04, 2005)
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3 Govs Park SUVs to Save Energy
(Kansas City Infozine, Oct. 04, 2005)

U.S. push to save energy
Bush team hopes tips, mascot will ease spike in fuel prices Bush team hopes it will minimize spike in prices

(San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 04, 2005)

Oil prices fall as refinery restarts
Analysts don't expect sharp decline in costs as output still lags

(Lawrence Journal-World, Oct. 04, 2005)

High Oil Prices Met With Anger Worldwide
(Washington Post, Oct. 03, 2005)
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The Economics of Gas
(The American Daily, Oct. 03, 2005)

Energy security and oil dependence
(Washington Post, Oct. 03, 2005)
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If oil was the question, war wasn't the answer
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 03, 2005)

The 2005 energy crunch feels a lot like the 1970s
Sales of wood stoves, locking gas caps, and solar panels are all on the rise.
(Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 03, 2005)

Gas boom's effect on wildlife unknown
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 03, 2005)

Shut-down refineries to blame for rising gas prices
(The Vicksburg (Miss.) Post, Oct. 02, 2005)

A Quest for Oil Collides With Nature in Alaska
(New York Times, Oct. 02, 2005)
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American, Northwest to cancel some flights due to fuel prices Detroit-to-Paris flight goes from daily to five per week from Jan. 16 to March 9
(The Detroit News, Oct. 01, 2005)

Dulley: LED, others work better than standard bulbs
(Wichita Eagle, Oct. 01, 2005)

September 2005

Senators See Need for U.S. Gas Reserve
(Washington Post, Sept. 30, 2005)
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Energy Maneuvers
(Washington Post, Sept. 30, 2005)
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Oil prices decline as traders monitor recovery on U.S. Gulf Coast after Hurricane Rita
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 30, 2005)
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Alaskans want bigger piece of oil boom
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 29, 2005)

Storms revive energy debate
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 29, 2005)

Supply Concerns Elevate Futures
(Washington Post, Sept. 29, 2005)
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Consumers turning wary
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 28, 2005)

Gasoline mileage a lot of hot air
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 28, 2005)

High gasoline prices blamed for record-high past-due credit card payments
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 28, 2005)
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President offers up oil reserves, says more needed
(Washington Times, Sept. 27, 2005)

High gas prices raise questions of gouging
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 27, 2005)

To Conserve Gas, President Calls for Less Driving
(New York Times, Sept. 27, 2005)
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Bush urges fuel conservation as New Orleanians trickle back home
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 26, 2005)
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Ethanol easy on engine, pocket
(BG News, Sept. 26, 2005)

Oil refineries' condition 'better than expected'
(Lawrence Journal-World, Sept. 26, 2005)

Survey: Retail gas prices drop 20 cents
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 26, 2005)
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Bush looks at Rita's hit on oil industry
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 26, 2005)

Bush turns attention to Rita's damage to oil industry; early indicators point to speedy recovery
(Pittsburg Morning Sun, Sept. 26, 2005)
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Oil prices dip as Rita misses crucial zones
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 26, 2005)
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Dulley: Switching to double-pane glass will increase windows' efficiency
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 24, 2005)

Rita's aim could determine impact at pump
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 23, 2005)

Feds promise to deliver fuel to evacuees
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 23, 2005)

Oil industry braces for another blow
Ron Scherer Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 23, 2005)

Driving 55 m.p.h. is looking pretty good
The Monitor's View

(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 23, 2005)

Clean car, but will its fuel be?
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 22, 2005)

Before the oil runs out: the search for alternatives
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 22, 2005)

Plug-in hybrids: a here-and-now alternative
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 22, 2005)

Ford boasts hybrid boost in lineup options by 2010
(The Sun News, Sept. 22, 2005)

Refineries in Texas brace for hurricane
(Washington Times, Sept. 22, 2005)

Crude-oil prices climb above $68 a barrel as Hurricane Rita closes in on Texas
(Topeka Capital-Journal, Sept. 22, 2005)
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Before the oil runs out: How US can cope when gas prices surge
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 21, 2005

Governors ask for price inquiry
Democrats cite possible gouging at pumps

(Columbia Daily Tribune, Sept. 21, 2005)

In Face of Hurricane, a Rush to Secure Oil Operations
(New York Times, Sept. 21, 2005)
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Local heating costs to jump
(Washington Times, Sept. 20, 2005)

Oil Prices Spike As Storm Nears
(Washington Post, Sept. 20, 2005)
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GAO calls for more oversight of wind farms
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 19, 2005)
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Editorial: Adjusting to fuel costs
Toyota plans to market 100 percent hybrid fleet

(The Hutchinson News, Sept. 19, 2005)
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Power to the people
Activists say bye-bye to Big Oil and hello to sustainability

(The Morning Call, Sept. 19, 2005)

Oil prices rise nearly $3 on storm fears
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 19, 2005)
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Judge dismisses utility lawsuit brought by states
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 15, 2005)

With gas in tank, prices dip
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 15, 2005)
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U.S. sells oil cos. 11M barrels of crude
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 14, 2005)

Cheap Gas Is a Bad Habit
(Washington Post, Sept. 14, 2005)
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Increased demand led to jump in E-85 fuel price
(Aberdeen News, Sept. 13, 2005)

European leaders try to combat fuel prices
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 13, 2005)
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Natural gas shortages worry Bush Officials
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 13, 2005)

Editorial: Arctic Folly
(Washington Post, Sept. 13, 2005)
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Katrina spurs new debate on energy policy
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 12, 2005)

Suddenly, Those Solar Panels Don't Look So 1970's
(New York Times, Sept. 12, 2005)
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Alternative fuel stocks skyrocketing
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 10, 2005)

Where do gas prices go next?
(Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 10, 2005)

Natural gas prices may leap in fall
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 8, 2005)
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Q&A: The Cost of Idling Your Car
(New York Times, Sept. 6, 2005)
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Automotive fuel efficiency
Drivers pay steep price

(Kansas City Star, Sept. 2, 2005)
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Amid gas shortages, drivers pay more Worried motorists line up to fill up
(Kansas City Star, Sept. 2, 2005)
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Strained refining industry hit hard
(Wichita Eagle, Sept. 2, 2005)

Spikes and Shortages Go Far Beyond Gas
(Washington Post, Sept. 2, 2005)
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Missouri: Fuel supplies 'adequate'
(Kansas City Business Journal, Sept. 01, 2005)


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Washington Post Energy article archive

Washington Post Energy Special Report

California 'Power Crisis' coverage - 2001, CNN.com

California Energy Crisis - L.A. Times

Washington Post: 'Enron Probe'

Washington Post: 'The Energy Crisis: California and Beyond'

Dust, deception and death Louisville Courier-Journal series on black lung

Archives for articles on the proposed Duluth (MN) to Wausau (WI) power line

Lawrence Journal-World's Gasoline prices archive

Natural Gas, Unnatural Prices
1998 Kansas City Star series

World Energy News

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