Your phone is supposed to be a phone, not a hand-warmer. So why does it, at times, feel like it could barbeque your palm? The components in your phone or tablet – the screen (which it’s easy to forget is actually powered by a tiny light bulb), the GPS, the camera, the processor – draw […]
When wastewater, a by-product of oil and gas drilling, spills on soil, it can leave the land barren for years. Here are three of the most important things we learned by analyzing spill data.
Every time you check Facebook, send an email, or pay a bill online, that digital information is processed and stored in one of the nearly three million data centers across the country. Leigh Paterson reports that these facilities use and waste massive amounts of electricity.
We wanted to find out if the increasing debt load of many oil companies is making them more vulnerable to sliding oil prices. Understanding how debt plays into the web of a company's finances was a beast - nay, a monster - we faced with only financial documents to protect us.
The vast majority of natural gas left in the ground is "unproved." How have unproved reserves, the big question mark in the ground, changed over time?