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Researchers raise questions about the integrity of drilling wells in the Marcellus Shale.
A U.S. delegation will visit Iran to review energy investment opportunities while Tehran negotiates a final deal with world powers on its nuclear programme, a senior oil ministry official told Mehr news agency on Monday.
U.S. oil prices are heading into a sweet spot that could spur the fracking industry to crank up some of the drilling it shut down when crude prices collapsed.
Nearly a year into the current F-150‘s production run, Ford has announced that it will again offer a gaseous-fuel prep option—only this time, it’ll be for the more powerful 5.0-liter V-8.
Having heard so much good about petrol cars, we decided to test drive one. They are said to combine cheap price with long range and fast charging. A winning formula on paper – but how are they in real life?
Judging from the water-safety preparations and drills off Seacrest Park in West Seattle, kayakers are ready for their upcoming mission to protest Shell oil rigs drilling in the Arctic.
U.S. officials are still trying to interpret Iran’s actions and intentions in one of the world’s most important waterways.
Electric-car maker Tesla Motors Inc. has begun selling used versions of its Model S electric cars on its website, an important step for the luxury car maker as it matures from a startup to a mainstream company.
Until now, government authorities have only required limited testing of recycled irrigation water, checking for naturally occurring toxins such as salts and arsenic, using decades-old monitoring standards. They haven’t screened for the range of chemicals used in modern oil production.
In the market for the electric version of General Motors Co.GM +1.03%’s Chevrolet Spark compact car? It appears you’re no longer alone, as the auto maker appears to have pretty much sold out of the previously slow-seller in April.