Monthly Archive for June, 2012
The price of oil climbed after European leaders took unexpectedly aggressive steps to support the region’s beleaguered banking sector.
Although oil prices jumped today after an encouraging European policy decision, a recent trend of declining oil prices could put a damper on rapid shale drilling in the United States, according to analysis from Simmons & Company International.
As Apple and other tech designers seek sleeker and ever-more powerful batteries to power laptops and devices, they’re pushing engineers to create unconventional, more space-efficient batteries.
Like any other average American, you probably only think about the cost of energy when you’re standing in front of a gas pump or thumbing through your monthly utility bill. But what most consumers don’t often consider is that our energy entails a series of costs and benefits, some of which are beyond our immediate […]
Bill Ackman, the largest investor in Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (CP), is following Warren Buffett in profiting from growing oil and gas production in North America’s Bakken shale.
Cheniere Energy Inc., the first company to win approval to export natural gas from the continental U.S., plans to complete as much as $4 billion in financing for the project in the next few days.
Honda is trying a different method to attract buyers to electric cars by offering free insurance to anyone who purchases a car.
The Fourth of July holiday is quickly approaching, meaning millions of Americans will be jumping in a car en route to a beach or some where else.
Ninety-four tiny members of the world’s most endangered sea turtle species struggled across the beach to reach the Gulf of Mexico Thursday as park rangers waved away seagulls looking for a quick meal.
The U.S. said China and Singapore have “significantly reduced” their purchases of Iranian oil, earning exemptions from U.S. financial sanctions that otherwise would have been imposed yesterday.