We can end our dependence on oil within the next 10 years, but it won't happen by magic. It's up to us to create the conditions necessary to give drivers a choice of fuels at the pump. Competition will reduce prices, cut pollution, improve health and strengthen the nation.
Fuel Freedom will reduce the cost of driving your car or truck by forcing gasoline to compete with other fuels. Competition will energize the economy, strengthen our national security, and reduce emissions that harm the environment and our health.
Advancements in emissions control technology in clean diesel passenger cars and light duty pickup trucks will have a positive effect on efforts to reduce future Greenhouse Gas Emissions, according to the federal government’s newly-released Draft Technical Assessment Report (TAR). On July 18, U.S. De...
Given the fact that consumers could save anywhere between $3,000 and $7,300 on fuel cost over the lifetime of their vehicle thanks to fuel economy standards, Consumer Reports argues in favor of keeping the standards where they're at. What do you think? ... See MoreSee Less
We're building a better world by continuing to hold automakers to higher fuel-efficiency standards; noted the recent recall of dangerous IKEA furniture; and praised the U.S. federal court's ruling which upheld the FCC's authority to enforce Net Neutrality measures.
Improved fracking techniques have helped cut Pioneer Natural Resources Co's production costs in the Permian Basin to about $2 a barrel, low enough to compete with oil rival Saudi Arabia, CEO Scott Sheffield said on Thursday.
Even if the CAFE standard's impact falls short of estimates, it is but one of several policies that combined compel the industry toward electric vehicles, according to a former GM engineer and mobility expert.