It's been two years since the Deepwater Horizon exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, killing 11 rig workers and unleashing the worst oil spill in U.S. history.
Star Trek has been noted on many occasions throughout the series for seemingly predicting (or perhaps inspiring) the progression of technology.
The AP story on military maneuvers in the Arctic reads like the gleeful report of a mugging.
“President Obama’s proposal for these magnificent and imperiled animals is a gift to Big Oil"
Eyeless shrimp and other mutations due to BP chemicals
EPA's rules on fracking still leave public health, communities at risk
The future of nuclear power now hangs on a single decision by President Obama---and us.
A controversial gas extraction method caused two earthquakes in the UK last year, a government panel of experts reported.
Spain has threatened retaliation against Argentina over the forced nationalisation of oil firm YPF, raising the prospects of a trade war between the nations.
A German company borrows the materials and manufacturing process of OLED displays to make a new kind of solar panel.
Ford is at the onset of a massive push towards electrification. The Blue Oval estimates that between 10 and 25 percent of its products will be “electrified” by 2020, with a mix of traditional hybrids and plug-in versions joining a brace of new EVs.
President sees 'the recovery of sovereignty' in take-back of natural resources from corporations
A single 200MW Solar Tower power station will provide enough electricity to power around 400,000 households. The energy output will represent an annual saving of more than 1,960,000 tonnes of greenhouse CO2 gases from entering the environment
There are plenty of reasons to worry about fracking—groundwater contamination, methane leaks, that flaming tap water thing. But can it really cause earthquakes?
There's a boom in natural gas production in the United States, a boom so big the market is having trouble absorbing it all.
Every market is a process of social and power relationships. In every market there are price makers and price takers.
There are plenty of reasons to worry about fracking—groundwater contamination, methane leaks, that flaming tapwater thing.
Energy companies have drilled more than 75,000 wells in the past five years, many of them on farmlands, near public schools, and in people’s backyards
Motorists in South Sudan queued for hours on Sunday to try to buy petrol as filling stations ran dry due to a shortage of dollars less than three months after the world's newest nation shut down oil production in a row with Sudan.
A $10 million project aims to grow algae for biofuels inside plastic bags.
But does it really matter where clean energy is developed and deployed?
A rising new element of discord threatens to precipitate a new armed clash between southern Asia’s two nuclear powers – water.
"If we stay silent, special interests will win; if we speak out together we have a chance."
Nuclear power is no longer an economically viable source of new energy in the United States, the freshly-retired CEO of Exelon, America’s largest producer of nuclear power [who also served on the president’s Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclea
To achieve this level of decarbonization, policy changes are needed to cap or tax carbon emissions to provide an incentive to move toward low-carbon electricity sources, Kammen and the other study authors said.
Oil prices at record levels in euro terms are threatening to rock the euro zone's economy more than might be expected, with those countries least capable of riding out a shock being the worst hit.
Peak Oil is the theory that the production history of petroleum follows a symmetrical bell-shaped curve.
Shining Path insurgents take as many as 30 workers hostage before releasing 23 of them.
The painful rise of gasoline prices across the U.S. may have finally reached its end, for now.
Catalina Island is known for many things… its picturesque scenery, seafood and hiking, to name a few. But what about high gas prices?