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On an unseasonably warm day in May, Norway's climate minister, Vidar Helgesen, strolled through a vast parking lot for electric cars, counting Teslas. There are big perks to buying a Tesla — or any electric car — in Norway. The government waives the high taxes...

source: The New York Times

Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Travels in Geology: Tracking African animals and deranged drainages across the Kalahari (EARTH Magazine) Energy Department closes office working on climate change abroad (The New York Times) Deforestation...

source: AEG

In 2016, natural gas provided 34 percent of total electricity generation, surpassing coal to become the leading generation source. Natural gas first exceeded coal as the most common electricity fuel on a monthly basis in April 2015 and...

source: U.S. Energy Information Administration

Oilsands production growth will slow in the coming years as expansion projects currently underway wrap up and new projects are sanctioned at a more measured pace, according to a new report from IHS Markit. The research...

source: Financial Post

The 2017 Regional Director ballots are being sent this week to the voting eligible AEG members in Regions 1, 6, 7 and 10. Ballots will be sent via mail or email based upon your communication preferences indicated within your profile. If voting online, you must sign in and...

source: AEG

The abstract collection system is now open for published full-length papers for the XIII IAEG Congress/AEG Annual Meeting being held in San Francisco, California, USA from September 17-21, 2018. For more details on the Call for...

source: AEG


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