Former BP chief Tony Hayward believes OPEC's strategy has worked perfectly, heralding the premature peak of US shale, and that oil prices will reach $80 soon
As refineries attempt to adapt to processing light sweet crude from the US, unusually large amounts of imports may be exacerbating the pre-existing refinery imbalance
Tesla next week will unveil a new line of electric batteries for use in the home and by businesses, Bloomberg reports.
This is either the craziest idea to hit the snow, or one of the coolest.
Need something to place alongside your levitating Bluetooth speaker?
Saudi-Arabia And U.S Shale are in an ongoing price war, but what are the consequences and who is likely to win?
In a country notorious for a lack of electricity, many North Koreans are taking power into their hands by installing cheap household solar panels to charge mobile phones and light up their homes.
When oil prices recover--and plenty of analysts think the climb back up will start soon--Canada's western frontier of Saskatchewan and neighboring Alberta will 'still have the edge', according to a report from TD Economics.
Researchers at Siemens have created a new prototype electric motor specifically designed for aircraft that weighs in at just 50 kg (110 lb) and is claimed to produce about 260 kW (348 hp) at just 2,500 RPM.
Remember ethanol? Once America's magic elixir for energy independence, the biofuel has spent a few years out of the national limelight.
Normally more of a place a car manufacturer might go to cold-test its latest sports car, Finland is sliding its name into supercar design in a rather big, bold way.
You've probably noticed how hot a computer can get if it's doing something taxing, like playing a game, for example.
You have bullets, beans, band-aids, bibles, bullion, and everything else you can imagine for when the cataclysmic end of society as we know it arrives.
Globally, water demand is threatening to dangerously outpace supply, while in the US, dry states such as Texas and California are suffering from shortages and the future forebodes more suffering. For the North American shale boom, the lack of water i
It's safe to say eccentric tech innovator and billionaire Elon Musk has a finger to the pulse of the future, and when he appeared on astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson's StarTalk Radio show in March, he came with a warning about it:
Google's top secret Google X research lab is working on a handful of projects to build better batteries for mobile devices, reports the Wall Street Journal.