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BP to Chamber: Were Staying

In a speech at the Oil & Money Conference in London, BP CEO Tony Hayward urged for a strong private/government partnership to implement a comprehensive cap-and-trade system.  That’s a polar opposite stance to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s own anti cap-and-trade position. On […]

This Week In Green Energy: Government Intervention Wanted

This week, Green Energy Reporter traveled to Washington, D.C. for the annual Renewable Energy Technology conference (RETECH). The event was held at the cavernous Washington Convention Center where, maybe because of the size of the place or because of the impending blizzard, attendance […]

BP CEO Tony Hayward: We Need to be Realistic – The Transition to a Lower-Carbon Economy Wont Happen Overnight

BP CEO Tony Hayward told attendees of the Oil & Money conference that’s being held this week in London that the goal of a carbon-free economy is not likely to happen anytime soon, if at all. Instead, in his speech Hayward soberly promoted a […]