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Electricity prices are expected to rise this summer compared to last. But falling demand for power will mean smaller electricity bills for most of the country.
The world’s largest solar boat, a Swiss marvel named MS Turanor PlanetSolar, has made its way to the United States on a mission to collect climate data along the Gulf Stream.
Renewable energy grew at an extraordinary pace worldwide in 2012, but it’s not enough to curb the march of climate change, because coal has continued to dominate growth in power generation around the world, the IEA said in a report this week.
While the median salary for chemical engineers has risen 9 percent since 2011, the gender pay gap persists, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers has found in its most recent salary survey.
Summer hasn’t started yet, but the heat has. Here are some lesser-known tips for conserving electricity and shaving dollars off of your utility bill.
Set in either the freezing waters of the North Sea or the blazing heat of Qatar, players of “Quest for Oil” must explore rock, secure licenses, and reach their production target faster than their opponents.
Leadership changes also were announced this week at Chevron and at Marathon Petroleum.
While Texas’ grid operator says the state’s power infrastructure is ready for the summer heat, warnings from the feds sound more perilous.
A Houston-based producer feels reality TV hasn’t done the oil patch justice. So he’s developing his a show to challenge the negative roughneck stereotype.
Women scored nearly half of all new oil industry jobs during the first quarter of this year, according to Paul Caplan, president of Rigzone. It could signal a major turning point for an industry in which men make up about 80 percent of the workforce.