New research could usher in much more efficient lithium ion batteries
The International Energy Agency says North America’s shale boom doesn’t diminish the supremacy of the Middle East in the global oil market
While an initiative to require labeling of GMOs went down in defeat in Washington state, several Colorado towns voted to ban fracking within their borders. But the fight isn’t over.
The OPEC oil embargo marked the end of American dominance on energy. Four decades later, the shale boom and efficiency has U.S. oil imports down — but the Gulf states are still sitting pretty
Advanced biofuels have been on the cusp of commercialization for years, but high prices and technological challenges have held them back. Is that starting to change?
New technologies have enabled the U.S. to become the world’s top producer of oil and natural gas by energy content.
40 years after a Mideast oil embargo decimated the U.S., the country is awash in new supplies of energy, from oil to natural gas to solar. But that abundance could make fighting climate change harder
The seminal U.S.-Russian program saved the world from 20,000 nuclear weapons comes to an end as relations between Moscow and Washington dim
New regulations from the EPA will make it almost impossible to build a new coal plant. But cheap natural gas was doing that already
Shifting to a grid powered by mostly by renewable sources proves an expensive, and environmentally dirty, project.