In this new ear of cheap fuel, resistance to the EPA's "boutique fuel" requirements — which stipulate a unique recipe for fuel sold in a particular state — has quieted. The regulators can breathe a sigh of relief for now. But what are these "boutique fuel" requirements?...
In this new ear of cheap fuel, resistance to the EPA's "boutique fuel" requirements — which stipulate...
The single most important skill of a good leader may not be what you think. Although it is important to be visionary and a strategic thinker, a new study suggests that it's more rooted in their daily dealings with people.
We've rarely needed leaders more — but wanted the leaders we have less. It's as if we've forgotten what leadership really is, and confused it with what it isn't.
Most of us have a mental image of a leader. We usually picture someone who is outgoing, smart, decisive, perhaps even a little intimidating at times. In fact, most of us equate being the leader with being the boss, which isn't always the most accurate comparison.
U.S. natural gas production continued to break new ground late in 2015 thanks to unconventional shale development, as the Energy Information Administration said total dry gas production in November reached its highest level for the month since reporting began in 1973.
Rumors of a production cut and fears of a worsening U.S. economy are pushing and prodding the crude market around. Commodities are also getting whipsawed around by currency moves.
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