A new survey by Right Management, a consulting firm, found that 84 percent of employees are planning to search for a new job in 2012. Only 5 percent of workers are happy in their current position, according to the poll. More »
A Department of Energy analysis of how the electricity system would respond to far more stringent versions of upcoming air-emission regulations found the rules won’t threaten electric reliability. More »
Chevron Corp. didn’t report to Brazil’s oil regulator that hydrogen sulfide was mixed with the crude it was producing at a well in the Frade field off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, said Magda Chambriard, a director at the regulator. More »
Enlisting former President Bill Clinton as a partner, President Barack Obama is announcing a $4 billion effort to increase the energy efficiency of government and private sector buildings, aiming for fuel savings and job creation at no cost to taxpayers. More »
The sound that woke Caroline Murphy after midnight on April 1 was so loud she thought a car had crashed into her house. She doesn’t feel any better knowing it was the U.K.’s first recorded earthquake caused by natural-gas exploration. More »
The collapse of Enron was a closely watched and thoroughly documented corporate event, a slow-motion cataclysm chronicled in thousands of articles, dozens of case studies, movies and even a play. More »
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