A scientific “miracle” will have to happen in order for the world to achieve a new energy economy.
Baker Hughes on Dec. 11 revealed a significant new advancement supporting its commitment to achieving net-zero carbon equivalent emissions by 2050 by entering into an agreement to purchase 100% of its Texas electricity from renewable sources.
BP Plc said on Dec. 4 it would supply renewable energy to Amazon.com Inc.'s European data centers that drive the technology giant's cloud platform.
A surprise drop in coal use in the United States and Europe has helped to slow the growth of global carbon dioxide emissions this year, with softening demand in China and India also contributing, according to a study published on Dec. 4.
As the thirst for electricity to power drilling rigs in West Texas drives the state’s energy needs to new highs, oil and gas companies are increasingly relying on wind and solar power to ensure that the shale boom continues.
Bison Energy, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bison Oil & Gas Partners II LLC, and Pivot Energy said Nov. 6 the companies have entered into an agreement to develop their first solar project in Arapahoe County, Colo.