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Calling it the latest case of oil industry payola, pro-RFS group Americans United for Change encouraged readers of a new report on biofuel C02 emissions to strongly consider the source.
Excitement is building over the likely entry into force of the UN’s climate deal – but that will only be the start of a new set of tricky negotiations
Apparently, it’s not just the nation’s refineries that are getting hit by a recent spike in the price of government credits for biofuels.
In discussions about melting glaciers, most people think immediately of the vast ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. But there’s another, less talked-about ice-filled region on Earth that’s also experiencing dramatic melt, with millions of humans’ livelihoods and water supply at stake.
Federal regulators have denied a request from automakers to extend the period that comments can be submitted over a report showing U.S. automakers probably will miss the 54.5 miles-per-gallon fleetwide average for 2025.
People have been gathering since April, but as hundreds more poured in over the past two weeks, confrontations began rising among protesters, sheriff’s officers and construction workers with the pipeline company
Man-made global warming may have started a few decades earlier than scientists previously figured, a new study suggests.
Saudi Arabia’s oil production hit a record in July, according to published statistics, and is likely to hit another in August, according to industry sources.
Raising the octane in gasoline — seen as a way to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions in today’s high-tech turbocharged, direct-injected engines — looks like it will get some attention from the EPA. That’s the good news.
Iran is sending positive signals that it may support joint action to prop up the oil market, sources in OPEC and the oil industry said, potentially aiding efforts to revive a global deal on freezing production levels at talks next month.