By The Guardian on March 25, 2013
Deal struck by Centrica will see the first major exports of controversial shale gas
By Silvio Marcacci on January 24, 2013
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By Timothy Hurst on April 4, 2012
In what is starting out to be a very dry 2012 in Colorado—98% of Colorado is already in a drought—energy companies are outbidding farmers for unallocated water at the state’s water auctions.
By The Guardian on March 29, 2012
Scientists warn oil from Elgin platform owned by Total risks poisoning marine life alongside potential methane explosion
By Timothy Hurst on February 14, 2012
For environmental organizations, the thing with cellulosic ethanol is not that it is inherently bad or environmentally destructive. The problem is that cellulosic is not inherently good or environmentally benign.