Crawford, Brian A.
August 2008
Fire Chief;Aug2008, Vol. 52 Issue 8, p46
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the high prices of petroleum products in the U.S. It states that under the scrutiny, fire departments across the country are adjusting and reprioritizing their finances to accommodate increasing energy costs. Moreover, an analyst thinks that rising fuel costs is hitting the fire service and forcing changes in consumption habits.


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