U.S. crude turned positive on Thursday afternoon after earlier falling below $44 a barrel for the first time since April 2009, while benchmark Brent sharply pared early gains after data showing additions to already record-high U.S. oil inventories.
It's finally here folks and it is LEGIT.
Most of the electric boats we saw at the Düsseldorf boat show this past weekend were small, slow cruisers designed to putter around waterways with combustion engine bans.
TEMPORAL BLINDNESS is a limitation in cognitive process. People with temporal blindness cannot gather and process available information into predictions of future conditions. Their processes cannot connect future conditions to a causing behavior.
Pakistan was plunged into darkness after a key power transmission line broke down early on Sunday in an incident blamed on a rebel attack, the latest reminder of the country's crippling energy crisis.
Automotive XPrize finalist Spira4u has begun pilot production in China of both an electric and a gas-powered version of its distinctive and hyper-economical three-wheeler.
Abdullah had been in poor health in recent months. Reuters reports that the king had been admitted to a Riyadh hospital in December for medical tests. The royal court announced in January that Abdullah was suffering from pneumonia.
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Wireless charging pads may be more convenient than traditional wired smartphone chargers, but a team from Microsoft Research in China thinks that they're still not convenient enough.
If you're trying to save power, you generally don't leave your lights on all night. With a few exceptions, however, that's what cities do with their streetlights.
The US is making a desperate attempt to knock over a petro-state or two or three before its shale oil runs out...
Portable hydrogen-powered fuel cell chargers for mobile devices have been around for a few years now.
While a record amount of ink has been spilled praising the benefits of plunging crude price on the US consumer, so far this has manifested merely in soaring consumer confidence, if not in an actual boost to retail sales.
With the recent collapse in the price of oil, Gail Tverberg, returns to discuss the likely impact on the US shale oil industry, as well as the global market for oil.
Next time around, the federals are going to have to confiscate stuff, break promises, take away things, and rough some people up. The question is how much of this abuse will the public take? I take a certain comfort knowing how heavily armed...
End of day Commodity Futures Price Quotes for Crude Oil WTI (NYMEX).
Oil price plunge has stoked worries over global growth
According to the cost-share theorem, reductions of energy inputs by up to 7%, observed during the first energy crisis 1973?"1975, could have only caused output reductions of 0.35%, whereas the observed reductions of output in industrial economies w
Given the current situation, the U.S bank Goldman Sachs has cut its oil price forecast for 2015. According to a report by Reuters the bank estimates that the low oil prices may fall to high $ 30s the short-term. The bank also reportedly estimates tha
Even though Riyadh is nominally still an ally, relations with the US are fraught. The Saudis are mighty unhappy with America over its failure to get rid of Assad, its refusal to indulge Saudi demands of attacking Iran (our leaders may be drunk on pow
This New Year, an old trend may become a new trend as conventional drilling in North America is once again in the spotlight at a time when oil prices continue their slump and the unconventional becomes increasingly uneconomical.
In his annual "state-of-the-kingdom" address on Jan. 6, Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah hoped to reassure the world that his country is prepared to absorb the economic shock of plummeting oil prices and to deal with the worsening conflict in its t
GOP-controlled body steers pipeline measure toward an initial test vote.
The International Consumer Electronics Show has wrapped up its showcase of the latest in high-tech, from wearables to curved-screen phones to extremely high-definition 4K televisions.
The WarkaWater tower is an unlikely structure to find jutting from the Ethiopian landscape.
Japanese automaker Nissan and NASA are teaming up to advance the technology behind cars that drive autonomously.
A Samsung smartphone has just been recharged from being nearly out-of-juice to full capacity in less time than it takes to boil a kettle.
US oil production has been booming the past few years, due in large part to North Dakota's Bakken formation, a rock layer tapped through fracking.
Toyota believes so passionately in a future "hydrogen society" that it's allowing competitors royalty-free use of its fuel cell technologies.
Cites Inability to Pay After Withholding Palestinian Tax Money.