It seems like every day there’s a new think piece out there decrying the subsidies that renewable energy, alternative fuels, and the vehicles that can run them receive. Yet when it comes to the substantial government assistance for oil companies, those same critics are conspicuously silent.
Archive for month: June, 2018
A Harvard professor says his company should be able to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, at industrial scales, by 2021.
“No one in OPEC will act against two of its founder members. The U.S. tried it last time against Iran, but oil prices got to $140 a barrel.”
Researchers also urged families to do more of their shopping online – and to socialise virtually instead of meeting friends, a bid to reduce car journeys.
Iranian sanctions, Venezuelan unrest and Libyan terrorists could push prices up.
For Tesla there have been several production issues around getting all of the parts needed for the cars. Could cobalt become the Achilles heel for Tesla’s Model 3 ambitions?
Building cars is hard. Building an affordable electric car is exceedingly hard.
Exxon Mobil Corp’s Darren Woods says his company is at the center of a delicate balancing act between those who want a cleaner environment and those seeking economic growth that depends on rising energy demand.
House Republicans put forward a proposal this week to impose hefty fees on states that do not approve of drilling for oil and natural gas off their coasts, a move that would pressure local leaders who oppose the Trump administration’s plan to expand offshore leasing.
It is unusual for the United States, Saudi Arabia and Russia to see eye-to-eye, much less try to achieve common energy policy goals, even indirectly.