Court examines charges in 2010 BP disaster deaths

There is no indication when the court panel will rule.  More »

EU’s united front on Russia falling amid gas needs

A clutch of countries is breaking ranks with the EU’s efforts to put economic and diplomatic pressure on Russia over Ukraine and building a pipeline meant to carry huge amounts of Russian gas to their doorstep  More »

Oil slips below $104 as Libya set to boost exports

U.S. crude for August delivery fell 53 cents to close at $103.53 a barrel.  More »

Foreign investors turn eyes to ND oil patch

Foreign investors more familiar with projects in the emerging markets of Eastern Europe and tropical escapes of Southeast Asia are finding a new destination for their dollars and francs: Western North Dakota’s oil patch that’s home to booming towns, low unemployment rates and high incomes  More »

Area biofuels company gets extension on Mississippi loan

KiOR, the Pasadena-based firm that has led efforts to develop biofuels from non-food sources but is struggling financially, has gotten an extra four months to resume payments on a loan from the state of Mississippi.  More »

Crude oil futures slip as Iraq risks recede

U.S. crude for August delivery fell 42 cents to $104.06 a barrel.  More »

Quebec town still recovering from train disaster

A year has passed since a runaway oil train slid quietly down a hill in the middle of the night and derailed in a series of explosions that obliterated a large swath of downtown Lac-Megantic, killing 47 people.  More »

Lawsuit aims to block US-approved Nevada drilling

The Bureau of Land Management concluded in an environmental analysis in February that energy exploration resulting from the sale of the leases would have little or no impact across about 270 square miles of central Nevada’s Lander, Nye and Esmeralda counties.  More »

Oil declines, despite bullish oil inventory data

U.S. crude for August delivery fell 86 cents to $104.48 a barrel.  More »

Oil-producing Iran looks to solar to light future (photos)

In this village nestled in the arid hills of rural Iran, government-subsidized solar panels on the rooftops of homes provide both needed electricity and a shining symbol of efforts by the Islamic Republic to wean itself off fossil fuels and nuclear power.  More »

Oil flat despite U.S., China factory strength

It is the fourth day in a row of declines and the sixth decline in the last seven trading days.  More »

Georgia’s coal-to-solar pivot shows the way on climate regs

Fears that the Obama administration’s latest climate regulations will drive up local electric bills is doing wonders for the state’s solar-panel installation business.  More »
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