After a dip in 2009 caused by the global financial crisis, energy-related carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions reached a record high in 2010, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Monday.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal from the royal family of Saudi Arab said during an interview to CNN that his country would like to see the oil prices between $70 and $80 so that the US and the European nations do not accelerate their search for alternate sources of energy.
A massive blackout plunged Texas City and La Marque into darkness early Friday morning, affecting thousands of people and businesses in the neighboring cities.
It will surely be extremely large, approximately the size of four football fields put together. That’s what Royal Dutch Shell intends to build, as it bets big time on liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Asia.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced through a joint webcast about the creation of Toyota Media Service to provide data services initially to the Toyota Prius drivers. The companies will be investing $ 12 million in this joint venture.
Just when things could not get any worse for BP, they actually have. Barely had the company recovered from the international outburst over its April 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, it is again in the news for all the wrong reasons.
At The Motley Fool, we poke plenty of fun at Wall Street analysts and their endless cycle of upgrades, downgrades, and "initiating coverage at neutral." So you might think we'd be the last people to give virtual ink to such "news." And we would be -- if that were all we were doing.
The fight for lower costs in solar is a never-ending battle. Those who can lower costs will survive; those who can't are headed to the scrap heap. So every quarter we watch to see where costs are trending and who is moving into a better position in the industry. Where do we stand right now?