Pickens: Would you agree that a former president of Shell Oil knows a thing or two about the energy business? I thought you would, which is why I invited John Hofmeister to join me on my podcast. Here are five insights on energy today from this proven leader.
The OECD's International Transport Forum introduces a new kind of urban mobility system that would remove 97 percent of cars on the road, and reduce fuel consumption by 30-40 percent.
IEA’s Laszlo Varro on LNG Oversupply, Changes in Gazprom’s Leverage, and the Outlook for Global Shale
What's next for the future of natural gas markets? IEA's Chief Economist Laszlo Varro offers his perspective on energy geopolitics, competition between LNG and renewables, and more.
MIT's recent projection of an intersection without traffic lights has captured the public's imagination. In an exclusive interview, we discuss "slot-based intersections" with the concept's principal architect.
Leif Wenar, in his new book "Blood Oil," explores how an antiquated system governing global natural resources enables tyranny and human rights abuses—and how the tools to move away from this system are easily within our reach.
Elon Musk's biographer discusses how the famed entrepreneur is pushing the boundaries of innovation, and creating a new role model for Silicon Valley.
In designing the Volt, GM decided that we could make a better vehicle, displace more petroleum, and establish ourselves as technology leaders.