Immediately following the release this morning of Transocean’s internal investigation report on the Deepwater Horizon disaster last year, several of the companies involved in the accident, analysts and politicians were ready with responses. More »
The former U.S. Secretary of State joins KiOR, a firm that has developed a process for turning wood chips into a crude oil substitute that can be refined into gasoline and diesel blends and that operates a demonstration plant in Pasadena. More »
Oil companies wonder why are have become such convenient villains, Loren Steffy writes, especially for environmental groups, but the fracking issue provides an answer: They are so willing to play the role. More »
Starting in September, 200 KLM flights between Paris and Amsterdam will use biofuel made from used cooking oil in an attempt to reduce the airline’s carbon emissions. The European Union told airlines earlier this year they would have to cut emissions by three percent in 2012 to fall within new pollution limits. More »
If a ban is approved, companies will have to truck frac fluids to injection wells elsewhere in Arkansas or in Oklahoma or Texas. The proposal comes after a swarm of earthquakes have shaken the region. More »
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