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In the races, the cars will have to hit a minimum speed and achieve a fuel efficiency of at least 100 miles per gallon of gasoline energy equivalent. They must also be ready for production on the market. No flashy concept cars please.

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The reason for consumer hostility is that the station is serving up what might be the costliest gas in the land. This week, as crude oil flirted with $110 a barrel and gasoline prices surged nationwide, a gallon of regular at Amerigo was going for $5

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The pump finally stopped at $97.20, which put 24.5 gallons in his Chevrolet Avalanche. He was elated about living on Maui and being reunited with his pickup truck, but he wasn't so thrilled about paying nearly $4 for a gallon of regular.

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Arizona CHANGE

Lindsey Williams talks about his first hand knowledge of Alaskan oil reserves larger than any on earth.

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Bloomberg.com

Oil in New York surged 80 percent over the past year as the S&P 500 and Dow averages dropped. China, the second-biggest oil- consuming country, increased crude-oil imports by 18 percent last month....

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Gasoline prices, which for months lagged the big run-up in the price of oil, are suddenly rising quickly, with some experts fearing they could hit $4 a gallon by spring. Diesel is hitting new records daily and oil closed at an all-time high on Tuesda

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The six-seat modified version of MDIs CityCat that, thanks to an even more radical engine, is said to travel as far as 1,000 miles at up to 96 MPH with each fill-up.

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LiveScience.com

There is 10,000 times more sunlight than we need to meet 100 percent of our energy needs, he says, and the technology needed for collecting and storing it is about to emerge as the field of solar....

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Space

Saturn's smoggy moon Titan has hundreds of times more natural gas and other liquid hydrocarbons than all the known oil and natural gas reserves on Earth, scientists said today. The hydrocarbons rain from the sky on the moon that form lakes and

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President Hugo Chavez threatened to cut off oil sales to the US if Exxon Mobil wins court judgments to seize billions of dollars in Venezuelan assets. "If you end up freezing [our assets], we're going to harm you," Chavez said. "Do

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ScienceDaily.com

Thomas Wood, a professor in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, has "tweaked" a strain of E. coli so that it produces substantial amounts of hydrogen.

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Thomas Wood , a professor in the artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, has "tweaked" a strain of E. coli so that it produces substantial amounts of hydrogen.

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The US automaker has entered into a partnership with Illinois-based Coskata Inc. which has developed a way to make ethanol from practically any renewable source, including old tires and plant waste.

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General Motors Corp. is planning on making biofuel with garbage at a cost of less than a dollar a gallon, the company's chief has said."We will have our first commercial-scale plant making 50 to 100 million gallons of ethanol running in 2011."

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General Motors Corp. is planning on making biofuel with garbage at a cost of less than a dollar a gallon, the company's chief has said."We will have our first commercial-scale plant making 50 to 100 million gallons of ethanol running in 2011."

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