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could save the coal industry single-handedly in the United States, and in more ways than one. The company is looking to invest $1 billion in carbon capture technology that -- if economical -- could extend the life of carbon belching coal plants
The report reveals that Thailands electricity production uses mainly natural gas, at 68 per cent and, as gas production in the Gulf of Thailand slowly declines, becomes more reliant on imports from Myanmar and Qatar.
Photo courtesy of Paul Robbins It's been only three years since City Council approved after much hand-wringing Austin Energy 's 2020 climate change protection goals, but already it's time for an update and it's likely to be an ambitious one. Many of
Oil prices extended gains in Asia Thursday after a bullish US stockpiles report raised hopes of resurgent demand in the world's top crude consumer, analysts said. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for August delivery rose 25 cents to $101.45
Cities should invest in green energy production to compete with the main UK energy suppliers, a centre-left think tank has recommended...Regulators are currently probing whether the "big six" UK energy suppliers prevent effective competition in the
International Union for Conservation of Nature, energy program co-ordinator Anare Matakiviti said in order for countries to shift from a carbon base economy to a low carbon base one, there should be good leaders. He said there was a great need for a
Artificial market barriers are preventing the United States from using energy as a tool for international diplomacy, U.S...Upton, R-Mich., laid out a five-point platform he says would capitalize on the era of abundance in the U.S. energy sector.
Tribal officials want to get their government talking about how to diversify the portfolio at an energy summit. The tribe's Division of Natural Resources is sponsoring the summit to be held July 23-24 at the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort east of
Financing swelled 9 per cent from a year earlier, and 33 per cent from the first quarter, the London-based research company said today in an e-mailed statement. The main driver was the $US3.8 billion backing of a 600-megawatt offshore wind farm off
Up until June 30, 2014, Steyer was still making money off of fossil fuel investments through Farallon Capital Management (which he founded). Yet, to the media Steyer has become the environmental hero he set out to be. ABC World News with Diane Sawyer