Carbon dioxide has emerged as a new secret ingredient in the recipe for making ethanol, and that addition represents a major step forward in streamlining the biofuel production process.
Archive for month: July, 2016
The Nigerian oil industry risks sinking deeper into crisis in the months ahead with more disruptions to oil output and exports as the government’s dialogue with militant groups has failed to curb violence in the Niger Delta.
A group of developers has plans to make ethanol from the stalks and leaves of North Dakota corn plants and wheat straw.
Jaguar, the tradition-bound British automaker, has apparently decided to dive into the future of electric vehicles.
Sales of plug-in electric cars are not evenly distributed across the U.S. by any means.
Husky Energy says it sent crews out to see if there was a problem the night before a 250,000-litre oil spill was discovered near Maidstone, Sask., but they missed the leak.
U.S. officials have announced plans to speed up permitting for oil and gas drilling on federal and Indian lands to reduce delays, as applications were projected to be down 40 percent versus their historical average amid an ongoing price slump.
As earnings season gets into full swing, a casual glance at the fundamentals shows there is little for refiners to be excited about.
The oil and gas industry has never been shy about deploying its billions of dollars in resources to get what it wants from the political system. But seldom are its activities as flagrant as they are in a California legislative battle pitting two Democrats against each other.
If anthropogenic global warming is to be limited to under 2° Celsius (3.6° Fahrenheit) then technology will need to be developed to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, in addition to the complete ceasing of greenhouse gas emissions by 2085, according to a new study from the National Center for Atmospheric Research.