New data this week showing how little progress the United States has made in cutting greenhouse gas emissions since President Obama took office is the latest evidence to undercut the pledges the United States made in negotiating the Paris climate treaty.
Archive for month: February, 2016
Like Wile E. Coyote briefly floating midair after running off a cliff, U.S. shale output has been amazingly resilient as oil prices plunged. But just as the hapless cartoon character eventually succumbed to gravity, analysts now expect U.S. production to fall in a meaningful way.
Racin’ is a lot of things (maybe even rubbin’ … Robert Duvall and Tom Cruise didn’t exactly settle the matter in “Days of Thunder”). NASCAR fans usually don’t think “reducin’ emissions” as part of the equation of their favorite sport. But they should.
While past General Motors executives have said some nice things about Tesla Motors, today’s reality is much more naughty. The issue is whether or not Tesla should be allowed to sell its vehicles directly to customers, a battle that is alive and well in state capitols across the US.
If you’ve been enjoying Southern California’s falling gasoline prices you’d better fill up today, because industry experts say Southland prices will jump about 30 cents by Friday and keep on climbing for the foreseeable future.
It’s looking like the 2020s will be the decade of the electric car.
The former CEO of Edmunds.com and a veteran automotive journalist are creating a revamped website, Trucks.com, which will be devoted entirely to news in the trucking industry.
Abengoa Bioenergy said in documents filed in bankruptcy court in St. Louis that it has between 200 and 999 creditors, assets of between $1 billion and $10 billion, and liabilities of between $1 billion and $10 billion.
The nat gas market is flourishing, U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz told CNBC on Wednesday.
As corporate profit reports rolled in this winter from the gasoline refining industry, the case for gas price gouging grew steadily stronger.