Want Unlimited Clean Energy? Just Drill the World's Hottest Well

Want Unlimited Clean Energy? Just Drill the World's Hottest Well

In 2017, researchers from the Iceland Deep Drilling Project, run by the Icelandic government and a consortium of national energy companies, reported they had reached supercritical fluids 3 miles beneath the surface.

BP Exits Alaska After 60 Years in $5.6 Billion Hilcorp Sale

BP Exits Alaska After 60 Years in $5.6 Billion Hilcorp Sale

The deal includes BP’s operating stake in Prudhoe Bay, the largest-producing oilfield in U.S. history, as well as all its Alaskan pipelines, London-based BP said Tuesday in a statement.

The Cold War Project That Pulled Climate Science From the Ice

The Cold War Project That Pulled Climate Science From the Ice

The deeper you drilled down, the farther you went back in time.“The army allowed us to freeload with them,” recalls Chet Langway, the geologist who was in charge of cataloging and analyzing the ice cores at Camp Century.