Route 66, the historic U.S. highway made famous for attracting gas-guzzling Chevrolet Bel Airs and 1957 Cadillacs traveling from Chicago to Los Angeles, is turning green.
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BP said Thursday it pegs its total cost of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster at $61.6 billion, the first estimate the company has provided since the spill. That includes a $5.2 billion pre-tax hit to profits for the second quarter this year.
Faulty construction, rather than the fracking process, is found to have caused the methane leaks in one Colorado area.
Consumer Reports called on Tesla Motors to deactivate the automatic steering function of its partially self-driving system amid heightened scrutiny of the technology’s performance following a deadly accident in May.
Europe is dependent on foreign and often geopolitically unstable regions such as Russia, Libya and Iraq for 80% of its imported oil, according to a report.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration has been talking directly with oil companies in hopes of reaching a consensus on extending California’s landmark climate programs, opening a back channel with an industry the governor has harshly criticized as a barrier to addressing global warming.
As the demand for tobacco declines in the United States, farmers in Virginia are experimenting with turning the crop into viable biofuel
California is the Golden State, basked in sunshine and leading the world in solar PV and electric vehicle adoption, development and manufacture.
The Obama administration on Thursday finalized rules that will require companies to have strict safety and environmental protection plans in place before they drill for oil or natural gas in the Arctic Ocean.
Since the federal passenger vehicle fuel economy and emissions standards agreement was brokered in 2011, the automotive industry has made strong advances in technology and we are well on our way to meeting the 2025 standards.