A Democratic U.S. senator on Wednesday urged the FBI to investigate whether billionaire investor Carl Icahn broke the law when he called for biofuels policies that would have benefited his investments while serving as an adviser to President Donald Trump.
Archive for month: August, 2017
Motorists from Maine to Florida will soon feel the wrath of Hurricane Harvey without seeing a single raindrop.
Since its creation more than half a century ago, OPEC has become the textbook case of a successful cartel.
The upcoming mass electrification of the automobile was compared by Automotive News to a meteor that wipes out all the dinosaurs … who in this case, are traditional auto parts suppliers.
He claims Ionic’s new approach is a big step to cheaper, safer, and more efficient batteries will not only power our devices and vehicles, but also enable an “energy internet” based on renewable sources.
For years, much of the nation’s refinery capacity and chemical production have been concentrated along the swamps and narrow inlets of the Gulf of Mexico, risking devastation in a monster storm.
74 incidents of excess air pollution have been reported since the hurricane hit, totaling more than one million pounds of emissions. More is on the way.
In another sign the bloom is off the boom for the oilsands, the industry has returned almost one million hectares of northern Alberta exploration leases to the province over the past two years.
India’s massive diesel-guzzling railway network is getting serious about its experiments with solar.