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While not quite as cheap and plentiful as water, gas is sufficiently cheap and plentiful that American industry squanders it on a regular basis.
If, with their own money, Tesla and its customers want to revel in electric cars, that’s wonderful. Nobody should object. But why should taxpayers subsidize their hobby as if some vital public purpose is being served? And why should Consumer Reports prostitute itself in its latest review of the Tesla Model S P85D?
Starting Monday, President Obama is going to greater lengths than any president before him has — at least in terms of air miles — to circumvent the central conundrum that several presidents and countless environmentalists before him have faced: by the time the effects of global warming are obvious to every American, and every global […]
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. sees a green light at the intersection of low oil prices and record driving.
U.S. crude rose 6 percent on Friday, notching its first weekly gain in two months, after a rally in gasoline from refinery outages and concerns about strife in Yemen fed a second frenzied day of short-covering in oil.
Aug. 27, 1859: Edwin Drake strikes oil in Pennsylvania with the first commercial well in the U.S.
Clouds parted on the crude oil markets Thursday, as a nearly universal rally on the global equity markets pushed oil back above $40 per barrel and to its largest single-day gain since 2009.
President Obama’s summer climate change tour will culminate in the Alaskan Arctic next week, putting him in a setting that has experienced the country’s most dramatic climatic changes and one that Obama hopes will help him boost public support.
This score is kind of insane. Tesla Motors Inc.’s all-wheel-drive version of the battery-powered Model S, the P85D, earned a 103 out of a possible 100 in an evaluation by Consumer Reports magazine.
North Dakota’s oil and gas industry and the state’s top oil regulator are asking a panel to delay the next goal for reducing the flaring of natural gas, citing unforeseen circumstances including a glut of cheap gas, stalled infrastructure projects and difficulty obtaining permits and right-of-way for pipelines.