Ford Motor Company joins the long list of automakers seeking to position themselves as providers of mobility solutions.
Where the Texas Senator stands on fracking, ethanol, and the Keystone XL pipeline.
New research finds that delivery of goods from online shopping does not cause Americans to drive less, but instead adds to the burden on roads.
The Fuse speaks to two seismologists to understand the role of fracking in Oklahoma's earthquakes.
A new startup is hoping that its system of on-demand gasoline delivery will ultimately make the process of obtaining fuel more convenient and efficient.
While well intentioned, France's push to develop a $7,500 personal electric vehicle misses bigger opportunities in carsharing, autonomous vehicles, and vehicle to grid integration.
Industry experts Bob Lutz and Tony Posawatz discuss new electric vehicle offerings, and which company is better positioned to lead the sector.
Despite oil prices falling to levels not seen in more than a decade and Arctic drilling efforts halted by major companies such as Royal Dutch Shell, Houston-based Hilcorp’s latest proposal to build a gravel island for oil extraction off the shores of Alaska is still moving forward.
Even though the United States imports more oil now than when the crude oil export ban was put in place, experts and lawmakers largely agree the time has come to lift the restriction.
As oil prices languish, plasma pulse technology enables drillers to pull more oil from fractured wells in a clean and cost-effective manner.
Despite the lofty goal set by President Obama to reach one million electric vehicles on the road by this year, the country is only one-third of the way there. Dealerships are struggling to convince consumers to make the leap on EVs.
Congress has passed the FAST Act, the first long-term transportation bill in more than a decade, but it has used controversial sources to fund the legislation. The government will sell off some 66 million barrels of crude from the SPR and use some $53.3 billion in Federal Reserve Bank surplus funds.
The Breakthrough Energy Coalition emerged this week just ahead of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris. It is a very ambitious project, but will it have much of an impact on the transportation sector?
The secretive luxury EV startup may in fact be owned by China's equivalent to Netflix.
Increased domestic oil supply has bolstered American geopolitical clout, according to new research from Platts.
The House has passed a six year surface transportation bill, drawing on a Federal Revenue Surplus to fill funding gaps.
Elon Musk’s iconic electric vehicle company spurs breathless media coverage either glorifying or slamming his cars, rather than taking a measured approach towards evaluating the company as one with normal strengths and weaknesses.
Chinese companies, most of which are not involved in energy, are using low oil prices as an opportunity to buy North American oil fields and assets.
A J.P. Morgan Chase study shows that when gasoline prices fall, Americans, for the most part, do not save the extra money but instead spend it largely on non-essentials and—in some cases—higher-priced gasoline.
Despite the bleak picture for producers, oil sands output in Alberta is still expected to grow by .8 mbd between now and 2020.
In the first Democratic debate, the candidates revealed that energy policy is high on their priorities, but they differ widely on issue positions.
The growth in electric vehicles could create a challenge for utility companies. AutoGrid is enabling utilities to manage electricity demand and provide drivers with cheaper power.
Oil has been the foundation of many Middle East and North African economies, but leaders of these countries are now looking to solar for their next energy revolution.
After years of regulatory battles, environmental advocacy protests, and more than $7 billion of investment, Royal Dutch Shell is abandoning its costly efforts to extract oil from Alaska’s Arctic waters. But is Arctic oil truly sidelined for good?
Where the retired neurosurgeon stands on domestic oil extraction, corn ethanol, climate change, and the Keystone XL Pipeline.
As oil production falters and prices remain low, the future of Alaska's economy is in doubt, even as Alaskans bank record payouts from their oil fund.
The former CEO of Hewlett-Packard discusses her views on offshore drilling, gas taxes, the Keystone pipeline, and more.
In an effort to boost awareness and ownership of electric vehicles, 165 cities around the U.S. and the world will participate in National Drive Electric Week from September 12 through September 20.
Paris's one-day ban on cars looks like an empty gesture, but it complements a number of realistic solutions to the city's growing smog and congestion problems.
Electric vehicle sales have lagged with low gas prices. Tesla's award-winning Model S is bucking the trend, but it's not the only EV with enticing new features to offer motorists.
Wireless EV charging is more than an ultra-convenient way to refuel: It also enables vehicles to charge while in-use, creating added value that would be impossible for gasoline cars.
Even though financial incentives have long been essential in wooing consumers toward electric and hybrid vehicles, California is implementing its first-ever income cap on electric vehicle buyers receiving rebates. The state’s move, however, should not be a major setback in the further penetration of EVs.
Where Rubio stands on HOV access for hybrid vehicles, domestic energy production, the Keystone XL Pipeline, and more.
For most refinery operators in the U.S., emissions regulations can seem like an ever-tightening noose. Standards are becoming increasingly stringent forcing operators to go on hiatus and replace existing equipment with new, low-emission burners.
In Los Angeles, a new EV carsharing program aims to help low-income communities access convenient, low-cost transportation solutions—without the smog.
Where South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham stands on climate change, Keystone XL, and other energy policy issues.
Despite the heavy emphasis on foreign policy and the economy, energy policy and security flew under the radar in the first Republican presidential debate.
This summer has seen unprecedented media coverage on opposition to Arctic drilling, with much of the heightened awareness coming thanks to new and exceptionally creative protest methods.
In addition to outlining his energy policy recommendations, a look at how Jindal's actions as Governor of Louisiana have impacted the oil and gas industry.
A new proposal from the President this week is aiming to cut emissions from our nation’s power plants by 32 percent in the next 15 years.
Where Webb stands on Keystone XL, offshore drilling, fuel economy, and more.
The electric vehicle industry is abuzz with the latest contender to join the fray: Faraday Future. The company is targeting a 2017 release date for a new high-tech car it’s developing.
Using solar power to retrieve heavy oil appears to be an odd energy mix, but the world’s largest solar plant is now being built exactly for that purpose in the Amal oil field in Oman.
A BNSF train derailment and oil spill in northeastern Montana last week brought to light once again the inherent risks in transporting crude throughout the country.
Where Kasich stands on taxes for the oil and gas industry, fracking, renewables, transportation, and coal.
For the first time ever, natural gas has overtaken coal as the U.S.’ top source for electricity generation, a trend that has large implications for the country’s electricity sector.
Every few months, a new study pops up saying EVs cause more pollution than gasoline-powered cars. But these reports tend to oversimplify the matter.
Researchers and even some automakers are already racing to determine what roles EV batteries can play in their second lives—and what kind of business model can support used batteries once they are retired.
If drivers adhere to the speed limit, they would improve safety, save money on gasoline, and—of course—be that much less likely to get a speeding ticket.
The deal is the latest consolidation effort between midstream players in U.S. oil and gas.
Where Walker stands on gas taxes, the Clean Power Plan, and frac sand mining.
Where the Republican presidential hopeful stands on Keystone, energy development, personal property, and fracking.
Electric vehicle manufacturers are targeting a comfortable range of 200 miles in a vehicle that retails for $30,000.
Where Sanders stands on fracking, vehicle fuel economy, and transportation policy.
As the federal government has failed to execute a long-term surface transportation strategy, a look at how the burden has fallen to state and local governments.
Where Christie stands on offshore energy development, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, transportation policy, and more.
Against a backdrop of verbal sparring between electric and hydrogen vehicle manufacturers, early rumors suggest that BMW is investing heavily in both alternative fuel technologies.
The Supreme Court today overturned a key White House air pollution initiative, ruling that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) failed to do its due diligence in determining cost to the energy industry when issuing power plant emissions regulations in 2011.
We look at the former Maryland Governor's stance on electric vehicles, offshore drilling, gas taxes, and climate change.
Energy Transfer Equity's attempted takeover of Williams Corporation provides insight into why pipeline companies are seeking to consolidate in the current price environment.
It has been more than a decade since Congress has passed a transportation bill that lasted longer than 27 months. The DRIVE Act would provide longer a longer term budget, but doesn't clarify where the funding for its projects would come from.
Employees of the oil and gas industry, while hard-hit by low oil prices, remain optimistic that prices will rebound thanks to continued fuel demand and reliance.
Elon Musk doesn't have time to build the hyperloop himself, so he's opening up new platforms for transportation innovation.
Our election tracker examines what we know about Clinton's energy policy platform based on her senate voting record, 2008 presidential campaign, and tenure as Secretary of State.
Where does 2016 Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush stand on offshore drilling, the renewable fuels standard, and domestic oil and gas production?
State governments of Texas and Colorado are pushing back against local fracking bans. Who has the right to determine what’s in the best interests of small towns and counties?
For Arctic drilling, Shell has a narrow window of opportunity during summer months when low levels of sea ice permit industry operations. If protesters are able to sufficiently delay the rig deployment, they could feasibly derail Shell’s entire 2015 operation.