Oil well

Oil industry boom-and-bust visualised

With the world’s energy demands that are needed to power transportation, it is reported that we are exhausting the earth’s supply of oil. In fact, recent findings from the International Energy Agency (IEA) unveiled the world will face oil shortages far sooner than anticipated. Therefore understanding the volume and speed of consumption is critical. This interactive animation allows people to get a better sense of how much oil is left in the top 10 countries with the most oil reserves,40

8 Reasons EVs are the Future of Transportation

There’s always something new to discuss when the topic of EVs arise. Today, you might read an article that talks about driverless insurance, and tomorrow you might watch a video that demos an EV concept car yet to hit production. The headlines never stop. After all, electric cars are having the automotive “it” factor, and they will revolutionize the way we commute. Auto Loan Solutions has designed an infographic that brings those revolutionary trends into focus. “8 Reasons EVs are40

Vehicular emissions

European Union Parliament approves CO2 emission restrictions for commercial vans

The Parliament of Europe approved new carbon dioxide restrictions for commercial vans on 14 January 2014. The move is expected to bring down emissions by 28 percent from 2020. Under the new rules, all new light commercial vehicles sold across the European Union (EU) will emit a maximum 147 g of carbon dioxide per kilometer instead of 203 g as per the level set in 2007. The legislation can be reviewed in 2015. As per the Climate Commissioner of Europe40