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A fleet of six 26,000-pound, Class 5 armored vehicles will be converted to renewable natural gas PHEVs in an effort to comply with California air pollution standards.
Despite the slowdown in the U.S. oil patch, producers still are expected to pump more oil in 2015 than they have in 45 years, with output expected to average 9.5 million barrels per day this year.
More than ever, we need to move our heavy-duty trucks from diesel to natural gas.
A Supreme Court ruling that undermined a federal rule targeting mercury pollution will not affect the Obama administration’s plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions to slow the effects of global warming, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday.
Shell’s drive to resume Arctic drilling this summer has hit another speed bump, with the discovery of a hole in the hull of an ice management vessel meant to safeguard the company’s operations in the Chukchi Sea.
Iran is nearing an historic nuclear deal with the West — and that’s scaring the oil markets.
A wave of federal regulation is set to hit the oil and gas industry in coming years, but the crests of the coming mandates are visible now, as administration officials race to draft and finalize proposals before President Barack Obama leaves office.
It makes sense to be cheery about the long-term prospects for shale energy—and to be queasy about today’s bunch of fracking firms.
Filling up at the pump is often painful in California, where drivers tend to pay more for gasoline than in most other states.
The insurance protecting shale drillers against plummeting prices has become so crucial that for one company, SandRidge Energy Inc., payments from the hedges accounted for a stunning 64 percent of first-quarter revenue. Now the safety net is going away.