Industry leaders are seeking permission from the U.S. government for the completion of the pipeline.
The biggest continuous oil field ever was discovered hidden under West Texas.
Scientists from Texas A&M University discovered that the common microalga, which is called Botryococcus braunii can produce fuel-grade oil.
Where is the oil from the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon spill that occurred in 2011? Scientists have now taken a closer look and have found how much of the oil remains from this spill.
Oil in the ocean doesn't sound like a good thing-especially after something like the massive Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Now, though, researchers have found that life thrives above natural oil seeps in the form of phytoplankton.
A team of scientists have created a new method to purify contaminated water, it is as simple as shaking a vial of water and oil, which cleans out the nanomaterials from contaminated water.
A new method to purify water and green nanotechnology simply involves shaking a vial of water and oil, according to a recent study.
When it comes to saving the environment, understanding the world's oceans is crucial. Scientists have announced that a greater understanding of our oceans is essentially for the well being of the world's population.
Russia has laid claims to the Arctic. Now, though, it seems as though the U.S. is falling behind other nations in the critical region.
It turns out that Russia may be taking over the Arctic.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration decided to eliminated trans fat from the U.S. food supply after determining that partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) , otherwise known as the primary source of artificial trans fat, are not safe for human consumption.
After 200 million gallons of crude oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico during the disastrous Deepwater Horizon oil spill, not all of the oil was accounted for. Now, a new study has found out exactly where all of the oil went--and how it might impact the ocean in the future.