Aramco IPO Delay Shows Saudi Confidence

Yesterday came reports that the Saudi Aramco IPO is delayed again, perhaps a month or longer. Most news outlets indicate that the delay is due...

Energy watchdog accused of stalling electric vehicle rollout

The energy regulator has been accused by Scottish Power of hindering the UK’s electric vehicle rollout due to its “colossal disconnect” with Britain’s...

Watch CNBC's full interview with departing US Energy Secretary Rick Perry

1 Hour Ago Departing Energy Secretary Rick Perry joins "Squawk on the Street" to discuss his decision to leave the administration, the work he...

Big Business Called Out For Using Trade Groups To Fight Climate Action

Activists protesting in support of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's investigation of ... ExxonMobil, which is now in court. (Photo by...

Petrobras oil production popped in Q3

Petrobras (NYSE:PBR) +1.2% pre-market after reporting a jump in Q3 production to 2.88M boe/day, up 14.6% Y/Y and 9.3% Q/Q, as investments in...

Croissant making inspires renewable energy solution

The art of croissant making has inspired researchers from Queen Mary University of London to find a solution to a sustainable energy problem. Croissants...

NREL engineer on the ‘grand challenges’ of supersizing wind power on the grid

Wind power could supply up to half the world’s electricity by 2050 if scientists and engineers can overcome some big challenges. Wind energy is...

Mapping solar progress in Illinois: Bright spots statewide, but fears of a cliff

Illinois solar has boomed under the Future Energy Jobs Act, but developers fear a bust ahead. This story was co-published with Climate Central, a...

Shippers Change Course As Fuel Rules Target Sulphur Emissions

SIMON FLOWERSThe International Maritime Organization (IMO), the industry’s regulator, will require all ships to reduce the level of sulphur in their engine emissions...

The ideas changing the way we think about buildings, part three

How are technology and smart design transforming the built environment? READ SOURCE