The Fuse


Ford’s Big Bet on EVs

Ford announces the largest investment in its 118-year history with a decisive jump into electric vehicles.

topics: batteries, Electric Vehicles, Ford

Making Sense of the Energy Crunch

Across the globe, consumers are scrambling to maintain access to energy.

topics: Coronavirus, COVID-19, LNG, Natural Gas, Winter

China To End Overseas Coal

While still building coal power plants at home, China has announced that it will no longer fund the construction of coal plants abroad.

topics: China, Climate change, Coal

ConocoPhillips Doubles Down on Shale With $9.5 Billion Takeover of Shell’s Permian Assets

As the energy transition gathers pace, the strategies between the world's oil majors have begun to diverge.

topics: ConocoPhillips, Oil Demand, Oil Prices, Oil Production, Shale, Shale Oil, Shale Oil Production, Shell

Rivian’s Milestone Steers U.S. EVs Toward Greater Market Demand

Rivian becomes the first company to launch an all-electric truck— a critical step toward broadening the appeal of EVs to consumers.