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ConocoPhillips

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ConocoPhillips CEO: The U.S. needs carbon regulations

In a speech to his colleagues, Jim Mulva argues that incumbent energy companies ignore carbon regulations at their peril.

By February 13, 2008

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GE, others invest in wastewater bioreactor

Israeli company Emefcy lands big-name backers for its Megawatter System that can turn wastewater into clean water and electricity.

By June 29, 2011

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DOE expands partnerships with energy companies and automakers

U.S. Department of Energy announced U.S. DRIVE, a partnership with industry to accelerate the development of energy-efficient technologies for cars and light trucks and the infrastructure needed to support them.

By May 20, 2011

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Start-up pumped for compressed air wind storage

General Compressions lands first tranche of planned $54.5 million series B round to build underground compressed-air storage system tied to wind turbines.

By June 7, 2011

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GE, NRG venture buys into ultracapacitor storage

Ioxus lands $21 million investment from venture arms of large energy and transportation companies, which are evaluating ultracapacitors for a broader set of energy storage applications.

By April 13, 2011

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A solar hot water collector that makes electricity, too

Startup GMZ Energy raises $14 million to make materials that convert heat to electricity, including a solar hot thermal product and chips to draw electricity from car exhaust pipes.

By December 21, 2011

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Report unearths targeted attacks on oil firms

The Christian Science Monitor reports there is a China link in one of the attacks on three oil firms in 2008 that involved e-mails containing hyperlinks to spyware.

By January 26, 2010

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Anonymous targets Monsanto, oil firms

Hacking group says it attacked Monsanto and announces campaign against oil companies; meanwhile, Booz Allen confirms it, too, was attacked.

By July 12, 2011

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Obama sets 2035 clean electricity target

In his State of the Union speech, the president delivers a centrist message, saying nuclear power, clean coal, and natural gas are needed to meet a goal of 80 percent clean energy.

By January 26, 2011