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Countries must spend $16.5 trillionon renewables and efficiency till 2030

Countries must spend $16.5 trillionon renewables and efficiency till 2030

The International Energy Agency has said that the nations are required to spend around $16.5 trillion on renewables and efficiency through 2030 in order to deliver on the agreement reached in Paris o

Exxon reports 46% decline in First Quarter earning

Exxon reports 46% decline in First Quarter earning

On Thursday, Exxon reported a 46% decline in earnings in the first quarter, by earning $4.9 billion compared with $9.1 billion in the same quarter a year ago.

Obama Administration Approves Seismic Testing in Atlantic to Find Oil

Obama Administration Approves Seismic Testing in Atlantic to Find Oil

The Obama administration has finally given a green signal to conduct studies in the Atlantic Ocean to find oil and gas by using sonic air cannons, despite concerns from environmental groups that sound

Average price of a gallon of gas across US has increased 1.87 cents in past two weeks

Average price of a gallon of gas across US has increased 1.87 cents in past two

According to Lundberg Survey, there has been a 1.87-cent increase in the average price of one gallon of regular gasoline across the US in the last two weeks.

Average Price of Gasoline Witnesses Rise

Average Price of Gasoline Witnesses Rise

As per the Lundberg survey, it has been unveiled that the average price of a gallon of gasoline has increased over the past two weeks in the United States.

Gas Prices to Hit 2013 Low

Gas Prices to Hit 2013 Low

According to experts, gasoline prices are likely to hit the 2013 low after going down to their lowest levels in nearly three years.

Asda Cuts Petrol Price by 2p a Liter; UK’s Consumer Confidence Highest in Six Years

Asda Cuts Petrol Price by 2p a Liter; UK’s Consumer Confidence Highest in Six Ye

UK's consumer confidence has been fuelled after the price of petrol has been cut to the lowest level this year. From this morning, the price has been reduced by 2p a liter by Asda.

Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant has spiked radiation reading

Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant has spiked radiation reading

Radiation close to a tank holding quite debased water at Japan's injured Fukushima atomic plant has spiked 18-fold, the plant's specialist said on Sunday, highlighting the battle to carry the emergenc

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Thank Early Farmers and Vikings for Your Pet Cat

World has millions of domestic cats with more than three dozen recognized breeds. But how they originated and spread worldwide? A genetic study has found the answer: Ancient cultures, including Vikings, help bring cats all across the globe.

The study has also revealed how early cats boarded boats and reached untouched regions of earth....

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