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International Energy

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  • Gas prices here break $4

    Gas prices here break $4
    For the first time since the summer of 2008, gasoline prices in Chicago have climbed over the $4 mark. The BP station at Lawrence Avenue and Marine Drive in Uptown is charging $4.09 for a gallon of regular this morning. $4.29 for premium. "It's crazy...
  • Green Home Tax Incentives

    Green Home Tax Incentives
    While many homeowners may grumble over the price tags on energy-efficient appliances and products, federal tax credits are making going green more affordable. In 2006 the Treasury Department and the IRS issued guidance (Notice 2006-26), which allowed...
  • Green energy vs. oil

    Re your article "Demand, not speculation, cited for rising oil prices" (May 8), while demand is a factor in rising oil prices, multiple factors must be included to get the entire picture of why prices are rising. International Energy Agency chief...
  • Oil hits record; even Saudis can't save us

     
    by Frank James Well, so much for Saudi Arabia's plan to lower world oil prices by promising to produce more oil. Crude oil futures rose to nearly $140-a-barrel before deciding that it had scared the bejesus out of everyone......
  • Solar power could produce 25% of global electricity by 2050, studies say

     
    By 2050, the world could be getting a quarter of its electricity from solar power, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday. Releasing two “roadmaps” for photovoltaics technology and concentrating solar power, the agency said that the two...
  • By 2050, solar could produce up to 25% of the world's electricity, studies say

     
    Solar power could produce up to a quarter of global electricity by 2050, according to two new reports Wednesday from the International Energy Agency. The agency released two “roadmaps” for photovoltaics technology and concentrating solar power –...
  • Big GOP names join Rubio policy committee

     
    U.S. Senate candidate — and conservative heartthrob — Marco Rubio has rolled out a policy committee of big GOP names who'll provide Rubio with “critical policy advice on the challenges facing our country.” At least that's what...
  • Oil's rise may point to big increases in 2011 and 2012

     
    Oil prices rose more than 3% Wednesday to close at their highest level since Nov. 11, driven by unexpectedly strong private sector job gains in the U.S. and a seven-month high in Chinese factory activity. Crude oil futures for January......
  • LIBYA: USC student fears for family in Tripoli

     
    Hiba Abdelgader, 19, a sophomore at the University of Southern California whose family moved back to Tripoli earlier this year, was struggling to reach relatives who feared for their own safety Monday in the embattled capital and the eastern city......
  • Gloucester Building Inspections Department holds codes meeting

     
    Heads up contractors. The Gloucester County Building Inspections Department will be hosting on Thursday a session to inform contractors about updates in the Virginia Statewide Uniform Building Code. The state codes go into effect March 1.The 2009...
  • Oil falls below $98 a barrel; stocks pare losses

     
    U.S. crude oil prices tumbled from their highs Thursday as some speculators apparently backed off from bets that Middle East unrest would worsen. The market also may have been calmed after Saudi Arabian officials reiterated their intent to replace any.......