With electric vehicles becoming more common, some states, like Texas, are levying flat fees to make up the shortfall.
The International Energy Agency expects demand to grow, but more slowly than this year. OPEC expects it to stay about the same.
In April, the state's Air Resources Board adopted a new mandate that would require companies with fleets of 50 or more trucks to start transitioning to electric vehicles.
Aviation company Surf Air Mobility is developing an electric engine to power planes during short jaunts. But the market is still untested.
Leaking gasoline storage tanks pose an environmental — and financial — risk to fueling stations across the country.
As companies announce price cuts on their electric vehicles, they hope to encourage more customers to shell out.
The industry may need to cut costs to bring down stickier prices.
If the carmaker is successful, it could revolutionize the electric vehicle industry and Toyota's place in it.
U.S. legacy automakers are losing ground to Tesla and Chinese companies like BYD in China, once considered a major new market.
The government is lending $9.2 billion to Ford and a Korean partner to build electric vehicle battery factories in Kentucky and Tennessee.