“Black gold” has gotten a boost, as OPEC has had limited supply for the better part of two years, and Saudi Arabia has taken the brunt of those cuts to support the Saudi Aramco IPO.
Archive for month: August, 2018
How far and how long gasoline prices will fall, of course, depend on crude prices, which have rallied this week as supplies appear to tighten.
Air pollution could be more damaging to our health than previously thought, according to a new study, which found that prolonged exposure to dirty air has a significant impact on our cognitive abilities, especially in older men.
A Department of Interior official who oversaw last year’s drive to shrink two massive national monuments in Utah has left the department to join BP’s government affairs team, a spokesman for the energy giant confirmed Monday.
The first thing you have to know is that CAFE sets different fuel-economy standards for vehicles of different sizes.
More Americans are in favor of strengthening U.S. fuel economy standards, a new study says, as President Donald Trump moves to ease the requirements for automakers.
Air pollution is shaving months — and in some cases more than a year — off your life expectancy, depending on where you live, according to a study published Wednesday.
As the nation plans new defenses against the more powerful storms and higher tides expected from climate change, one project stands out: an ambitious proposal to build a nearly 60-mile “spine” of concrete seawalls, earthen barriers, floating gates and steel levees on the Texas Gulf Coast.
Today, a long political and legal fight is starting up between the Trump administration, which has proposed rolling back fuel efficiency and emissions standards, and a dozen U.S. states.
The Trump administration announced a series of sanctions on Tuesday targeting Russia, including ships that are delivering Russian oil to North Korea despite ongoing sanctions and marine companies that are supplying Russia’s military.