If there’s such a thing as a Swiss Army Knife of...
As various governments draft new emissions and fuel-economy regulations, it's natural to wonder whether they're actually working. In California, at least, the answer appears to be "yes." By 2020, California may have cut its gasoline consumption by 1 billion gallons as stricter fuel-efficiency and... read more
U.S. Demand For Oil Rose 4-5 Percent In 2013, Startling Analysts
Gas Prices Rising, But Not For The Reasons You May Think
What Would You Do Differently If Gas Hit $5 A Gallon In 2012?
One million gallons a day is a lot of oil. According to estimates late last week, that could be the daily rate of oil escaping from the Deepwater Horizon well in the Gulf of... read more
June 14, 2010 by John Voelcker 1