Legislation could gravely threaten deliverable fuels industry
Petroleum security of supply has been a major component of modern warfare since WWI. But what does it mean for the conflicts of today and tomorrow?
In 2018, U.S. sales of electric vehicles (EVs) grew to over 361,000, up over 80 percent from 2017
Blue wave lessened by red gains in Senate
Senate hearing explores inadequate utility response to Merrimack Valley Disaster
Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, 2018. All 435 members of the House of Representatives, and 33 out of 100 Senators are on the ballot this year. At the state level, 39 governorships will be decide...
Oil & Energy combs policy discussions to see where industry leaders now stand on the Renewable Fuel Standard
In a region that is already fuel-constrained, the lack of regional energy infrastructure in the Northeast has residents paying some of the highest electricity rates in the country.
NBB shifts its stance on biodiesel tax credit
In June, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt spent time with farm groups and ethanol producers, reassuring them that the agency is working on allowing year-round E15 sales.