Last week the ethanol industry cheered when the EPA proposed a rule that would allow 15% ethanol blends to be sold year-round. But by the end of the week they were complaining as the EPA granted more waivers to refiners seeking exemption from ethanol-blending requirements.
Last week Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG) announced that it would divest certain fossil fuel investments. Today I offer some context for this announcement.
California is one of the only oil-producing states that has failed to benefit from the U.S. shale oil boom. Here’s why.
Previously I reported on a company that was using water as part of its system to power a vehicle. Today, I provide more details on how this system works.
Catastrophic failures in lithium ion batteries are a rare, but ongoing problem. For NASA, the stakes are especially high, so they partnered with a company to come up with a solution.
Last week I received a press release touting the latest “game-changer in zero-emissions energy.” In this article I take readers through a few steps you can undertake to evaluate such claims.
The direction of Ukraine’s energy policies is of great interest to observers in Brussels and the European capitals, as a stable and prosperous Ukraine would increase overall European energy security.
Despite continued skepticism about the level of Saudi Arabia’s oil reserves, their oil reserve and production metrics look pretty typical when compared to the world’s other oil-producing countries.
My previous article on Saudi Arabia’s proved oil reserves provoked strong responses from some readers. In the words of the great Yogi Berra, “It’s deja vu all over again.”
Saudi Arabia’s official crude oil reserves numbers have been doubted by many for years, but those doubts may not be justified.