Utah in pilot project for new fuel tech

[VIDEO] The governor made the announcement at his annual Utah Energy Development Summit on Wednesday,  before a crowd of about 1,300 people. The technology, a form of “liquid natural gas” could be used to fuel cars and cut pollution levels,… Continue Reading →

The Battle Over Ethanol Takes Shape

The decision isn’t scheduled until June but already opposing sides are converging on Washington, trying to pressure the Environmental Protection Agency over the 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard for ethanol.  Last week almost 100 members of the American Coalition for Ethanol… Continue Reading →

Are We Entering the Age of Batteries?

Last week in Houston, Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz told CERA Conference attendees that storage batteries may be the next big energy breakthrough.  “It’s pretty dramatic,” he said.  “The research is moving very, very fast.”  Indeed, if you’re looking… Continue Reading →