An Indiana farm that converts cattle droppings into natural gas has captured the attention of energy companies and the federal government.
The Golden State's geography isolates it from most domestic oil and gas supplies. But growing shipments via rail might change that.
They're refusing to sign a confidentiality agreement to honor oil and gas company trade secrets regarding chemicals used in fracking.
The Suntech Power unit is an apparent victim of overexpansion, even as the sun forms a growing part of the energy sector.
The oil giant says even as output soars, greater fuel efficiency will drop usage 5% and carbon emissions 25% by 2040.
High fuel costs caused us to pay more at the pump in February and cut back just about everywhere else.
Drivers distracted by their animals are a hazard, but little research exists about accidents and prevention. Now that work is in progress.
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