There are no long-term health effects of submerged oil from last year’s spill in southern Michigan’s Kalamazoo River, a new study from the state says.
About once a decade, there’s a big fight to force car companies to do more to reduce our dependence on oil. But what about all the other industries that use oil?
Oil that has settled at the bottom of the Kalamazoo River is the largest cleanup challenge remaining from a southern Michigan spill of more than 800,000 gallons that occurred nearly a year ago.
Just in time for July 4th, gas prices are up around 20 cents a gallon in metro Detroit.
The U.S. Senate has failed to come up with enough votes to pass a bill repealing $2 billion in tax breaks for the five biggest oil companies.
Stabenaw was at a Southfield gas station Friday, throwing her support behind a bill that will eliminate tax subsidies to the five most profitable oil companies.
GM said Monday it will raise car and truck prices by an average of $123 per vehicle to make up for its increased oil and metal costs.
You’re paying about $1.10 more a gallon at the gas pump than you were a year ago. Will you spend less on Easter as a result?
Prices at the pump have steadily risen, and oil analyst Patrick DeHaan says drivers won’t get a break anytime soon.
Water and oil may not mix, but, like two boxers nearing the end of the final round, they can get awfully tangled up. Now, Michigan Technological University scientists Yoke Khin Yap and Jaroslaw Drelich have created a filter that separates the two substances as quickly and cleanly as a ref breaking up a clinch.