ExxonMobil is overseeing the FAA no fly zone in Mayflower, Arkansas, the site of a recent major ExxonMobil Pegasus tar sands pipeline spill. Sound suspicious?
Exxon's Pegasus Pipeline, which carries crude oil from Canada through America's heartland, spilled thousands of gallons of oil in an Arkansas suburb last Friday.
Precious metals necessary for advanced military and consumer technology will be hotly contested resources for America, China, and Japan in the near future
With the world buzzing about global warming, alternative energy sources are highly coveted. Airborne wind turbines (AWTs), or energy-generating kites, have answered this calling.
Flying in the face of the slew of scientific studies on the harms of the Keystone pipeline, the State Department determined that laying down the pipeline is environmentally sound.
Mature projects aimed for commercialization at the 4th annual ARPA-E Innovation Summit, showing that America is still capable of innovating with the best of them.
The New York Times has discontinued its Green blog created to track environmental and energy news.
In the near future, you might be wondering where all those smoky power plants went: we'll all be generating and selling our own power.