The oil giant Shell issued a stark warning of the catastrophic risks of climate change more than a quarter of century ago in a prescient 1991 film that has been rediscovered.
Archive for month: February, 2017
A new report links the fossil fuel industry to a series of new legislations being introduced in several states in order to impose fees on electric vehicles.
A federal judge will hear arguments Tuesday about whether to stop the final bit of construction on the disputed Dakota Access pipeline, perhaps just days before it could start moving oil.
President Trump has called environmental regulations “out of control.” Many automakers might welcome relief from them. But the state of California will likely have the final word.
For more than two decades, the oil market hung to Ali al-Naimi’s every word — whether he was taking a characteristic stroll at dawn on Vienna’s Ringstrasse, hurrying through a hotel lobby after a conference, or dodging throngs of reporters at an OPEC meeting.
Bob Plantz of Santa Rosa would like to buy an electric vehicle — possibly a new Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid — but he’s not sure whether the federal tax credit being offered on the cars will still be around when he files his 2017 taxes next year.
The Toyota Prius hasn’t just been synonymous with hybrid technology; it has been the most fuel-efficient model in the U.S. market for years.
Oil companies showed deepening divides on the future of the U.S. biofuels program in solicited comments from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over a plan sought by some refiners to shift the program’s financial burden to retailers and blenders.
Parties to an agreement to limit crude oil production starting in January were 86 percent in line with commitments, a joint OPEC, non-OPEC group said.
How does the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid’s Blue model, right out of the gate, jump to a spot ahead of the Prius with a combined 58 mpg, making it the most fuel-efficient hybrid available in the United States?