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Iraqi Kurdistan’s independence referendum Monday has returned its renegade oil industry to the spotlight, prompting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to threaten to cut off the region’s petroleum exports and Baghdad to call for a de facto boycott of Kurdish crude.
The prospect of bans on gasoline and diesel new-car sales have become a much greater threat not only to automakers but to oil companies as well, now that China has said it is studying such a move.
As if you needed another reason to care about air pollution, new research finds that the tiny particles in city smog don’t just damage your heart and lungs,
Last winter, Faraday Future came out of nowhere with big promises to upend the auto industry and redefine the entire idea of how we get around.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer is asking federal regulators to examine why gasoline prices have been slow to fall following two massive hurricanes.
The Norwegian island of Finnoey has the highest density of electric cars in the world. The reason? They are exempt from the $6,000-a-year toll charges for the tunnel to the mainland.
It may be disappointing to some customers who were hoping to purchase the baseline Model S, which starts at $69,500, rather than wait over a year for the all-wheel-drive Model 3.
With one automaker after another announcing plans to go “100 percent electrified,” you might think that your corner gas station will be shutting down in a couple of years.
Perhaps the biggest threat now facing Tesla isn’t its ability to scale up Model 3 production or nail down autonomous driving software.
Increasing efficiency of fossil-fuel powered cars is a bigger threat to gasoline demand than electric cars, energy consultant FGE told the Platts refining summit in Brussels.