Tue Sep 30, 2014
Of late, there has been a change in the mood of global shale oil and gas enthusiasts. While the enthusiasm has not dimmed, exaggerated claims about potential reserves are fading and there is a new found sense of pragmatism from Poland to China.
Seven contracts are to build stations and lay cables for the rail system in the Saudi capital
SINGAPORE - For the next three months, electricity will cost 1.6 per cent less. SP Services announced the reduction in electricity tariffs in a press release today (Sept 28). Accoring to the company, the average monthly electricity bill for families living...
How can solar become the largest source of electricity in the world one day? The International Energy Agency released two reports on Monday to tell you how.
US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for November delivery gained US$1.03 to close at US$94.57 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
XPRIZE Creator Peter Diamandis Speaks On Access To Electricity As Potential Key Driver For Lifting People Out Of Poverty
I had the pleasure of recently speaking with Peter Diamandis, the visionary, serial entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author. He shared his ideas on sustainability and the challenges of keeping up with energy demand in our growing world.
Russian energy giant Rosneft says it has discovered oil with its US project partner Exxon Mobil at a controversial well in the Arctic.
Energy-starved India relies on coal to produce two thirds of its electricity, and it is now looking at nuclear options to ease a power crisis.
Ukraine on Saturday (Sep 27) distanced itself from an EU-brokered agreement with Russia that would have restored its gas supplies during winter and helped rebuild trust between the neighbouring foes.