BP has released its fourth annual Outlook to 2035 based on recent analysis. The report looks at global energy demand and the overall portfolio of energy products that will help shape future economies, business, and the environment worldwide.
Exxon Mobil has updated its Outlook for Energy: A View to 2040. The study serves as the company’s long-term view of the relationship between global shifts and energy demand and supply. Take a look at 10 of Exxon’s projections about the world and energy in 2040:
Introducing legislation to impose a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing does not make a lot of sense since California just adopted the toughest regulations on the technology in the country.
Sen. Steinberg deserves credit for his transparent effort to address the true cost of California’s climate change policies. By acknowledging that the state’s cap-and-trade regulations for fuels are about to have a significant impact on the cost of fuel for consumers, Sen. Steinberg has proposed a transparent carbon tax as an alternative.
As the nation’s third biggest producer of crude oil, California plays an important role in keeping the state’s economy and population on the move and thriving. But that doesn’t mean it gets a pass when it comes to adapting to drought conditions.