Saudi Arabia wants to get oil prices near $80 a barrel to pay for the government’s crowded policy agenda and support the valuation of state energy giant Aramco before an initial public offering.
Archive for month: April, 2018
The Keystone crude oil pipeline leak in November in rural South Dakota was nearly double the original estimate, making it one of the largest U.S. inland spills since 2010, a newspaper report said.
Americans are spending more at the pump than they have in years. Prices could rise even higher just as drivers hit the road for family vacations.
The Trump administration’s latest move on environmental policy may sound like a familiar tussle: Green activists want to retain ambitious standards to reduce tailpipe emissions, while free-market advocates say automakers are saddled with onerous and unnecessary regulations.
Ground rising and falling in region that has been ‘punctured like a pin cushion’ since the 1940s, new study finds.
Officials from the Trump administration and the State of California, who have been negotiating behind the scenes on car emissions standards, are expected to reopen talks that could preserve rules targeted by the Environmental Protection Agency for elimination
I thought it was also odd that when I asked a salesman to show me pictures of the Model 3, he did a Google search.
Are hybrid electric cars worth the money? It depends on the price of gasoline, according to data shared by the consultancy Avicenne Energy at the 2018 International Battery Seminar.
EPA administrator Scott Pruitt said yesterday the agency plans to modify rules limiting carbon-dioxide emissions for light-duty vehicles in model years 2022 through 2025.
Several legacy automakers are finding that switching production of gas-powered cars to electric vehicles is requiring fewer workers and that’s causing problems with unions, which are often strong in the auto industry.