Work is continuing today to restore gas to 400 homes in Hull.
It is the third day for those without heating after a water main burst, damaging a gas pipe, on Tuesday.
Engineers have now been able to turn off the gas at all affected properties and they are now removing the water from the pipe.
Northern Gas Networks say they hope the gas supply will be restored to some initial properties later this evening, but they can't yet make any guarantees.
There is a warning tonight that the economic lifeblood of part of North Yorkshire could be put at risk by plans for the gas drilling technique fracking.
An energy firm has today submitted a formal bid to frack for gas close to the Flamingo Land theme park near Malton.
If it goes ahead, it would be the first fracking since the Government called a temporary halt when one well near Blackpool triggered earthquakes.
Those in favour say it will help secure our future energy supply, but critics are warning of the risk of toxic radiation, more earth tremors and a threat to tourism and farming.
Chris Kiddey reports on a controversial method of fuel extraction which divides opinion:
A new wind farm was officially opened in North Lincolnshire today.
Energy secretary Ed Davey hailed Keadby, facility as the next step in the region's bid to become a centre for renewable energy.
The 34 turbine farm is biggest in England, and has created more than 700 jobs.
Mark Witty reports:
Calendar presenter Gaynor Barnes spoke to the MP for Cleethorpes, Martin Vickers and began by asking him that today's decision to delay the Able Marine Energy Park - must be disappointing.
A decision is due later this morning on whether to grant permission to create a £450-million marine energy park on the south bank of the Humber.
The development could generate anything from between 4,000 to 10,000 jobs at a purpose-built renewables port and logistics facility at North Killingholme.
To date, the decision has been delayed twice by Government officials. The Teesside company planning to develop the energy park, Able UK, is waiting for a decision by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin.
The company's plans would cover 865 acres on the south bank of the Humber, providing state-of-the-art quayside facilities for the manufacture, assembly and installation of offshore renewable technologies.
- Grimsby has already established itself as a key operations and maintenance hub for southern North Sea farms, stretching from the Greater Wash to the North Yorkshire coast.
- Centrica, Siemens, Dong Energy, E.on and RES are all now established in the town, with indigenous companies also heavily involved in the sector.
Lincoln's biggest private sector employer has officially opened a new workshop and office complex which it hopes will help it expand and provide even more jobs. Siemens has now moved into its new turbine service centre at Teal Park on the outskirts of the city. James Webster reports.
The head of Siemens' service division in Lincoln has been setting out his hopes for the future at the opening of the new turbine service centre at Teal Park. Neil Corner says the facility should enable them to expand the number of staff they already employ as work demand increases.
Siemens' director of service in Lincoln has paid tribute to all those who have worked towards the opening of the firm's new turbine service centre: