Some people say some of the roads in northern Ghana appear to have a spooky, metaphysical life of their own and will wreak havoc on safe travel anytime but methinks the treacherous network is a result of yet to be resolved complex road engineering problems and the over-all poor riding quality of long stretches across the Savannah.
From confessions of failure to messages of strength, the day-long delegates meet of the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee threw up issues that had senior Congress members of parliament and legislative assembly and workers brainstorming over ways to improve the party's performance in future elections.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UPI) -- A bill in the U.S. Senate would encourage exports of liquefied natural gas to NATO countries to address an over-reliance on gas supplies from Russia and Iran.
In a welcome development almost no one saw coming, America's greenhouse gas emissions have fallen to 1992 levels and are expected to continue to decline, according to the U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA). In addition to a sluggish economy and more fuel efficient cars, "fracking" has been a big driver of this trend. "Fracking" is [...]
President Obama said that the use of chemical weapons would bring "consequences" to Syria, but with nerve gas bombs already being filled, would the United States act before Bashar al-Assad unleashes them? Can they act?
Many fossil fuels companies fared better under President Obama than President Bush, because of lag effects. Even if he Obama pursues an energy policy hostile to oil or gas, its impact probably won't be felt for several years.
It’s a little more than a week out, but one of the biggest losers from the 2012 elections so far has been the entities responsible for transporting oil and gas across North America and storing petroleum ...
PITTSBURGH -- Energy companies, environmental groups, and even Hollywood stars are watching to see what decisions President Barack Obama makes about regulating or promoting natural gas drilling.
Nov 15 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland electricity and gas network owner Vector has lost its final appeal against the way the Commerce Commission set starting prices for the new regime regulating prices for its monopoly services.
Nov 15 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland electricity and gas network owner Vector has lost its final appeal against the way the Commerce Commission set starting prices for the new regime regulating prices for ...