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Last March, Russian President Vladimir Putin posed for a photo beside a large Arctic glacier. Later, he asserted his country’s claim to the oil underneath it.
If Scott Pruitt’s EPA and the NHTSA significantly weaken standards, California will not follow suit. They will move forward with the increased standards and will likely enact tougher standards in the years to come.
The argument: Any increase in fuel cost would be outweighed by efficiency improvements
The most recent in a series of oil price rebounds we’ve seen this year has the market speculating which direction the price will move next.
Not long ago, the Bureau of Land Management, an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior, began distributing “vision cards” to its employees.
Traders are snapping up bets that Brent crude will rise to $80 a barrel as U.S. President Donald Trump mulls renewing sanctions on Iran while conflict roils parts of the Middle East.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the Trump administration cannot delay a regulation that increased automakers’ fines for “gas-guzzling” cars that violate fuel efficiency standards.
While much of the world may be focused on President Trump’s threats of a trade war with China, Canada’s attention right now is on a commercial feud within its own borders.
President Donald Trump’s broadside against foreign oil producers on Friday took investors by surprise and included some notable inaccuracies about the state of the oil market.
As part of Volkswagen’s continued effort to seek repentance for the Dieselgate scandal, the German automaker is investing billions into electric cars.