The secret is using existing technology.
Japan is set to shut down its last operational nuclear plant following last year’s Fukushima meltdown disaster.
Bolivia has announced the seizure of a Spanish energy company, hot on the heels of Argentina’s expropriation of YPF.
Recently, executives of EnergySolutions, the global leader in the field of treatment and disposal of radioactive waste, accepted an interview with The Denki Shimbun and expressed their intention to expand their cooperative relationships with Japanese
In this intimate talk filmed at TED's offices, energy theorist Amory Lovins lays out the steps we must take to end the world's dependence on oil (before we run out).
America's approach to clean energy needs to be reformed if it is to meaningfully affect energy security or the environment, according to two new articles by Stanford writers.
A new theory might help researchers double the power of fusion reactors.
For decades they have been touted by green warriors and global warming believers as the lynch pin of their brave new utopian future. Now it seems that something is truly rotten in the state of Denmark, or the great state of Texas in this case.
While the world views Egypt’s decision to cancel a gas contract with Israel as a threat to peace, really it just makes good business sense.
I've spent the past few days touring oil sands research facilities and drilling sites, but today I got to see the vast expanse of sands from above.
An up-close look at the roughnecks, puffnecks, strippers, truck drivers, lap dancers, man camps, meth labs, doubled housing prices, $25-an-hour waitresses and other gritty elements of the "new Big Rock Candy Mountain"
As Oilprice.com embarks on its Top 5 series, we thought it expedient to begin with our take on the key figures shaping and influencing U.S. renewable energy efforts, not least because the issue of energy security is being prioritized
The World is at a critical crossroads. The Fukushima disaster in Japan has brought to the forefront the dangers of Worldwide nuclear radiation.
The environmental agenda has been infected by extremism—it's become an economic suicide pact. And we're here to challenge it.
One of the key controversies about fracking is the chemical makeup of the fluid that is pumped deep into the ground to break apart rock and release natural gas.
As the developed-world economy tries to gain momentum, it faces a persistent headwind. The oil price remains stubbornly over $100 a barrel, acting like a tax on Western consumers. Some blame the high price on evil speculators—Barack Obama unveiled pl
This week our own Robert Johnson is headed north to investigate one of the most controversial energy projects in the world: the Canadian oil sands.
Former BP engineer charged with destroying evidence in Gulf oil spill
The Western campaign for global dominance has reached the top of the world.
Westminster has repeatedly proven that its interests more closely align with those investment bankers in the City of London than those forced to live with the consequences
Activists in Texas and a South Dakota reservation are fighting a fast-growing industry.
A virus has been discovered in computers running key parts of Iran's oil sector, forcing authorities to unplug its main oil export terminal from the Internet.
Republicans see rising oil and gasoline prices as an opportunity to score political points on President Obama.
South Sudan is to seek investment from China for a new pipeline. This would allow it to export oil without the consent of its northern enemy Sudan.
The European Union has delayed a decision on whether to classify oil sands as a "dirty" form of crude oil, bringing praise from Canadian officials.
The European Union parliament on Friday condemned Argentina's move to seize control of the YPF division of Spanish oil and gas company Repsol and demanded that the EU take action against Buenos Aires at the World Trade Organization.
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa said Saturday China could fully finance the $13 billion Refineria del Pacifico, a joint project between Ecuador and Venezuela's state oil companies.
Just the arrival of Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner prompted supporters in her Peronist movement to break into chants Monday.
The world’s largest solar power field has been switched on in India’s western state of Gujarat.
Despite the ongoing environmental and public health disasters left in the wake of BP's Deepwater Horizon "oilpocalypse" two years ago, deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico is "back with a vengeance."