• 3 minutes e-car sales collapse
  • 6 minutes America Is Exceptional in Its Political Divide
  • 11 minutes Perovskites, a ‘dirt cheap’ alternative to silicon, just got a lot more efficient
  • 8 days The United States produced more crude oil than any nation, at any time.
  • 1 day e-truck insanity
  • 7 days How Far Have We Really Gotten With Alternative Energy
  • 7 days China deletes leaked stats showing plunging birth rate for 2023
  • 8 days The European Union is exceptional in its political divide. Examples are apparent in Hungary, Slovakia, Sweden, Netherlands, Belarus, Ireland, etc.
  • 5 days Bad news for e-cars keeps coming
Andy Tully


Contributor since: 12 May 2014

Andy Tully

Andy Tully is a veteran news reporter who is now the news editor for Oilprice.com

Latest articles from Andy

  • Bulgaria Bows To EU, Halts Work On South Stream

    Published 09 June 2014 | viewed 4,488 times

    Bulgaria says it has not given up on the South Stream pipeline even though it has agreed to a request from the European Commission to…

  • Keystone Pipeline Called Vulnerable To Terrorist Attacks

    Published 07 June 2014 | viewed 7,957 times

    A new report says the proposed Canada-U.S. Keystone XL pipeline would be an easy target for a terrorist attack that could create an environmental disaster.David…

  • U.S. Court Rules Against BP In Gulf Spill Claims Case

    Published 07 June 2014 | viewed 13,521 times

    BP has already paid $14 billion to clean up the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and $13 billion in compensation…

  • Solar Energy, Made In The Shade

    Published 05 June 2014 | viewed 5,962 times

    What if you want to install a solar energy panel on the roof of your home, but that roof isn’t bathed in sunshine all day…

  • Gazprom Deal With China May Cost Russia

    Published 05 June 2014 | viewed 11,449 times

    Russia’s deal to sell an estimated $400 billion in gas to China may require an initial investment from Moscow.Vladimir Putin, Russia’s president, told an energy…

  • Australian Researchers Break The ‘Solar Barrier’

    Published 05 June 2014 | viewed 6,088 times

    Australia’s national science agency says it has used sunlight to create “supercritical” steam that can compete with coal and gas to run power stations.Researchers from…

  • World Energy Needs Will Cost $48 Trillion By 2035

    Published 04 June 2014 | viewed 4,977 times

    Earth’s energy needs will cost $48 trillion by 2035 to meet the demands of a growing global population, the International Energy Agency (IEA) reports.The Paris-based…

  • China Angry About U.S. Tariff Hike On Solar Panels

    Published 04 June 2014 | viewed 6,525 times

    China’s Ministry of Commerce on June 4 sharply criticized as protectionist a U.S. decision to raise tariffs on imports of Chinese-made solar panels by 35.2…

  • South Stream Pipeline Threatens EU Unity On Russia

    Published 03 June 2014 | viewed 5,007 times

    Bulgaria is accusing its fellow EU nations of placing Sofia uncomfortably in the middle of a dispute between Europe and Russia over the unrest in…

  • China Vows Cap On Carbon Emissions

    Published 03 June 2014 | viewed 6,256 times

    China, the world’s largest polluter, has declared that for the first time it will impose an absolute limit on its carbon emissions. The announcement, coming…

  • New U.S. Emissions Rules Have Popular, But Not Political, Support

    Published 03 June 2014 | viewed 5,377 times

    U.S. President Barack Obama’s new rules to reduce carbon emissions are getting very little support from the Republican Party leadership or even some of his…

  • Iron Reconsidered As Long-term Electricity Storage

    Published 03 June 2014 | viewed 5,008 times

    Researchers gave up on inexpensive iron and chromium as a means for long-term and high-volume energy storage some 40 years ago. Now they’ve given it…

  • Powering Your Cell Phone With Your Pants

    Published 03 June 2014 | viewed 5,690 times

    Batteries: They’re the holy grail of energy storage in an era when your smart phone never seems to have enough juice to play another round…

  • Elastic Wings Promise Greater Aircraft Fuel Efficiency

    Published 02 June 2014 | viewed 6,595 times

    Ever since Leonardo Da Vinci, mechanized aviation has been all about imitating the streamlined flight of the bird. And, more recently, it’s been all about…

  • Beijing Condemns U.S. Official’s Remarks On Territorial Claims

    Published 02 June 2014 | viewed 4,490 times

    China has denounced U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s characterization of Beijing’s territorial claims in East Asian waters.At an international security conference in Singapore on May…

  • Airbus Thinks Big With Small Electric Plane

    Published 31 May 2014 | viewed 7,712 times

    Airbus Group, the international consortium that makes huge jetliners, has debuted a new kind of aircraft: a tiny, electrically powered plane called the E-Fan.The experimental…

  • Pushing The Envelope On EBike Technology

    Published 31 May 2014 | viewed 5,408 times

    Think of it as the bike James Bond would ride, if James Bond rode a bike instead of an Aston Martin. For a cool $6,125,…

  • Obama Plans To Announce Rules To Cut U.S. Carbon Emissions

    Published 29 May 2014 | viewed 5,270 times

    U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to announce a program that would cut emissions from his country’s coal-fired power plants by 20 percent nationwide and…

  • Statoil CFO Optimistic About European Gas Supply

    Published 29 May 2014 | viewed 5,539 times

    Torgrim Reitan, the chief financial officer of Norway’s Statoil, is upbeat about Europe’s fuel supply, despite the dispute between Russia and Ukraine that has threatened…

  • Japanese Ice Wall To Help Prevent Spread Of Radiation

    Published 28 May 2014 | viewed 6,775 times

    Japan’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) has approved a plan to freeze the soil around the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant to prevent radioactive groundwater from…

Oilprice - The No. 1 Source for Oil & Energy News