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ExxonMobil announced Thursday that it has made world's third-biggest natural gas find offshore Cyprus. Based on preliminary data, the discovery could represent a natural gas resource of approximately 5 trillion to 8 trillion cubic feet.
Elon Musk's vision for the energy future includes battery powered electric vehicles and energy storage solutions that provide plug-in power. Today the manufacturing reality means most batteries go into cars. In India that needs to change.
With its nuclear sector nearly defunct, Japan has set its sights on hydrogen to fuel its economy. Toyota is leading the charge to spark change with its hydrogen-fueled cars and trucks and efforts to help build hydrogen refueling stations.
Tesla and its competitors in the electric vehicle market dominate debate over the future of cars and recharging networks, but there's another kind of green transportation making inroads, based on the most abundant resource in the universe: hydrogen.
The ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute has halted Chinese purchases of U.S. LNG and put a chill on some new American export terminals. It threatens to sideline billions in investment.
Minnesota's Xcel Energy shows that fighting climate change can hold down utility electricity rates and beat the market.
Returning from the Red Planet requires hurdling another obstacle: Harvesting hydrogen from the Martian surface for rocket fuel.
Glencore says it will not grow its coal output beyond current levels as it aims to align its business with efforts to battle climate change.
German industrial conglomerate Siemens is eyeing electric flight in deal to make propulsion systems for electric-plane start-up Eviation. The start-up wants to bring battery-powered flight to short-haul trips.
Google is the biggest corporate buyer of renewable energy in the world, and now the technology giant is building its first solar power project in Asia, directly above fishing ponds in Taiwan.
Starting in 2020, new homes built in California will include solar panels, a big step toward a future housing market that produces as much energy as it consumes. California will add as many as 100,000 homes every year designed to be net zero energy.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Edward Markey advance plan to remake the U.S. economy and reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.
Energy and climate analysts warn that by trying to hit mid-century goals in just 10 years, a Green New Deal could have unintended consequences.
The world's three largest oil producers are locked in a new world order that could mean more volatile crude oil prices.
Crude oil prices rose 0.7% on Friday following two days of declines, buoyed after data showed an increase in retail sales in the U.S.
Oil prices rebounded slightly on Tuesday from big falls in recent sessions, but Brent crude remained near eight-month lows around $60 a barrel due to escalating trade tensions between China and the United States.
The U.S. opposes Nord Stream 2, arguing the pipeline would allow Moscow to bypass Ukraine and use energy as a weapon against its neighbors.
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