NEW YORK, Nov 8 (Reuters) - New York City temporarily lifted green low-sulfur requirements for heating oil in a bid to increase the fuel supply after Hurricane Sandy caused massive disruptions to the city's transport system. A day after a storm system blew snow into the city, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg waived the requirement that buildings and homes in the city utilize heating oil with a sulfur with less than 0.15 parts per million. In addition, the city ...
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