Natural gas supply disruptions caused by Katrina and Rita have buoyed the idea of building more liquefied natural gas facilities to handle increased foreign imports. KUOW's Tom Banse reports on the fight over one proposed site in the Lower Columbia River Basin.
To conserve gas, President Bush has suggested we should all drive less, or at least only when we have to. Commentator Mike Revzin says he'd be glad to take public transportation in his home city of Atlanta — if he could.
As the third quarter draws to a close today, and some companies are getting ready to play the blame game. Sam Eaton looks at which companies took a real Katrina hit, and which are just blowing hot air.
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