“The single most expensive federal regulation in U.S. history.” That’s the finding of a new report calculating the costs of the Obama administration’s looming ozone regulations.
The conventional wisdom holds that more people driving more miles and using more energy should result in more air pollution. But they haven’t. Our air has been getting cleaner instead … much cleaner.
According to Reuters, German industrial consumers paid four times more for electricity in 2013 than similar customers in Louisiana.
ExxonMobil’s planned $1 billion expansion in Antwerp represents a strategic focus in Europe despite a tough environment for refining.
Is oil produced from the Canadian oil sands inherently different from other crude oils?
CO2 emissions are at levels not seen since the mid-1990s, when our nation’s economy and our energy demand were considerably smaller. That’s profoundly good news.