As mines are closing in Appalachia, production is increasing in the West.
As emerging economies are turning into global players through their growing access to energy, a new middle class is rising. How are emerging markets redrawing their economic maps, and what can the U.S. do to help this trend?
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has stated in its latest World Energy Investment Outlook report that there are currently 1.3 billion people living without access to electricity. This is equivalent to 18% of the global population and 22% of those living in developing countries. Even more unfortunately, that number could remain as high as 1 billion people 20 years from …
With the world’s population growing at an explosive rate, the answer to reducing our carbon footprint isn’t cutting back our use of coal, but rather, finding innovative ways to manage emissions.
The shale gas industry boom is changing the face of American energy production at home and worldwide. What are the implications of the shale renaissance?