Learn more about this 2018 Annual Meeting session that features leading minds and their insights on the future of energy.
The publication will now be offered as a new benefit for Fuels & Petrochemicals Division members.
Look at how shale oil and gas will continue to affect and change the North American energy market, including changes in the role chemical engineers play in industry.
Sustainable growth through process innovation and downstream integration is the overriding theme October 9-11 in Bahrain.
California is the only state in the country coping with too much solar power, and it's a problem that's still getting worse as each new utility-scale solar farm is built
Two weeks ago, Dr. Art Rosenfeld, the embodiment of energy efficiency, died in his home at the age of 90, not far from the Berkeley lab where he worked for over forty years.
Catching the strong Atlantic winds thirteen miles off the coast of Rhode Island, Deepwater Wind's five 6 MW offshore wind turbines started sending clean power to Block Island'
Last year a record-breaking 500,000 solar panels were installed every day as renewables edged out coal to become the world’s largest source of installed power capacity.
Michael Liebreich, the founder of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, has tracked surging global renewable energy investments for over a decade.
Once formidable, OPEC is taking a beating from US shale drillers two years after Saudi Arabia flooded the world with cheap crude trying to knock the upstarts out of the oil business.
As new electric vehicles (EVs) begin to flood the world's roads and highways, sold by a global who's-who of traditional car makers, it's important to remember that Nissan was the first
Last January a documentary crew in Abu Dhabi watched the global energy system reach a tipping point and shift decisively toward renewable energy.