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Electric vehicles sales surged to a record in the third quarter, largely driven by strong demand in China.
“Rather, scholarly research attributes those health disparities to other factors that have nothing to do with natural gas and oil operations — such as genetics, indoor allergens and unequal access to preventative care.”
The first thing you notice is the smell. An acrid eau-de-wet-garbage mixed with electrical fire and burning diesel. Mad Max meets scratch and sniff.
At that rate, Bloomberg says, Tesla will have depleted its cash reserves by Monday, Aug. 6, 2018.
The oil industry could lose its century-old grip on the transportation market by 2040 as consumers turn to electric cars, ride-hailing apps and other technologies that could transform the way people get around, researchers predict.
In the current super-charged world of pipeline politics, no decision was ever going to be that straightforward.
Looking at yesterday’s visions of tomorrow is always entertaining, from flying cars to cities of the future.
This month in New Delhi, the air has been so acrid that people have suffered from burning eyes and rasping throats. So the notion that thousands would take to the city streets to gulp down lungful after lungful in a distance race may seem strange to many.
Nebraska officials voted Monday to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to cross the state, a key step toward the completion of the Keystone Pipeline network.
The geopolitical turmoil unleashed by the unprecedented crackdown helped push oil prices higher, creating an ancillary benefit for both the kingdom’s rulers and the upcoming IPO of Aramco.