- US Gas Prices Lowest Ahead Of Labor Day In Four Years
August 29 2014 1:57 PM
The average price at the pump is $3.45 per gallon, but prices vary widely by region.
- Nigerian Transparency Group Struggles To Rein In Oil Corruption
August 29 2014 11:43 AM
Questions about missing oil funds run rampant in Nigeria, but the group tasked with policing the industry is struggling to do its job.
- Investing In Long-Term Pollution
August 29 2014 10:06 AM
Continuing global investments in fossil fuel-fired power plants are undermining efforts to reduce greenhouse gases.
- US Railroads Move More Crude Oil Amid Drilling Boom
August 28 2014 1:14 PM
Oil companies are increasingly leaning on railroads to ship crude as pipeline capacity fails to keep up with demand.
- Russian Energy Giant Ditches US Dollar For Ruble
August 28 2014 10:28 AM
The currency switch is a protective measure for Russia, since U.S. dollars can be tracked and controlled by American officials.
- Obama Pursues 'Hybrid' Global Climate Treaty
August 27 2014 8:21 PM
The approach would allow Obama to sidestep Congress in joining a global pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Thefts Drive Foreign Oil Companies Out Of Nigeria
August 27 2014 1:40 PM
Royal Dutch Shell and other foreign companies are selling off their Nigerian oil assets, leaving room for local firms to gain ground.
- 'The Wealthiest Terrorist Group We've Ever Known'
August 27 2014 10:55 AM
U.S. intelligence and anti-terrorism finance experts say the Islamic State could be raising more than $2 million a day.
- Six Observations From A Tesla Factory Tour
August 26 2014 5:02 PM
Tesla Motors has greatly expanded its production capacity -- and there are no cash registers in the cafeterias.
- Obama Power Plant Rules 'Unlawful,' State AGs Say
August 26 2014 10:56 AM
In a letter to the Obama administration, attorneys general from 13 states said proposed power plant emissions standards need to be refiled.
- Fukushima Court Rules Against Plant Operator In Suicide Lawsuit
August 26 2014 5:43 AM
The civil suit by Mikio Watanabe claimed that Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc (Tepco) was to blame for the July 2011 death of his wife.
- With Keystone Stalled, Another Canadian Pipeline Aims For US
August 25 2014 2:03 PM
Calgary pipeline company Enbridge has at least two projects underway to boost tar sands oil shipments.
- Lockheed Martin Buys MIT-Spinoff Sun Catalytix
August 25 2014 10:49 AM
The Cambridge, Massachusetts, energy storage firm once received a $4 million Department of Energy grant to develop an “artificial leaf.”
- World's Largest Tidal Energy Project To Start In 2014
August 25 2014 9:12 AM
Atlantis Resources says it raised the $85 million it needs to begin work on the 398-megawatt project offshore Scotland.
- How Dollar-A-Gallon Gas Could Still Be Possible
August 22 2014 10:26 AM
Efforts to turn natural gas to liquid fuels have so far been prohibitively expensive. Siluria Technologies says it can fix that.
- Rosneft Partnering With Norway Oil Driller Despite Sanctions
August 22 2014 7:29 AM
The Russian and Norwegian firms had already entered into a drilling agreement worth up to $4.25 billion in July.
- Brazil Doubles CO2 Emissions As Drought Cuts Hydro Power
August 21 2014 11:19 AM
The emissions increase could undermine Brazil's position at global climate talks later this year.
- Clear Solar Panel Could Turn Devices Into Power Plants
August 20 2014 10:47 AM
A "transparent solar concentrator" from Michigan State University joins a handful of fledgling "solar glass" technologies.
- Oversupply Of Solar Panels Is Fading. Will Prices Rise?
August 19 2014 5:21 PM
Global solar demand is catching up with supply, which could squeeze some developers and boost manufacturing.
- Oil Spill Closes 15-Mile Stretch Of Ohio River Near Cincinnati
August 19 2014 11:50 AM
The Coast Guard said the river was closed from mile markers 453 to 468, from Cincinnati to Dayton, Kentucky, while it responded to the spill.