Transitions into new technologies always generate confusion and misinformation, and certainly that has been the case with modern electric cars.
Archive for month: January, 2017
President Donald Trump on Tuesday took steps to advance construction of two oil pipeline projects that have been fiercely disputed and were delayed under his predecessor.
A Sioux tribal council on Saturday formally asked hundreds of protesters to clear out of three camps near its North Dakota reservation used to stage months of sometimes violent protests against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.
A “very high” air pollution warning has been issued for London for the first time under a new alert system.
OPEC’s two biggest suppliers to the U.S. shrugged off a vow by President Donald Trump to end dependence on the group’s oil, saying the world’s biggest economy would continue to need crude from abroad.
Opinions on the feasibility of the Faraday Future FF 91 are mixed, to say the least.
Islamic State has ramped up sales of oil and gas to the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, U.S. and European officials said, providing vital fuel to the government in return for desperately needed cash.
Continuing low gas prices are often blamed for the current popularity of crossover utilities and SUVs, along with any sales struggles green cars may experience. But would a sudden increase in gas prices cause shoppers to flock to more fuel-efficient vehicles?
Saudi Arabia’s energy minister says there’s a chance of another production cut from OPEC countries this year.
Mexicans are furious. They’ve demonstrated against the gasolinazo, or “gas shock,” across the country, and have marched on Paseo de la Reforma, the iconic main business boulevard of the nation’s capital.