On "The China Factor:" Chief Correspondent Tyler Suiters visits China for a firsthand look at the country's transportation issues. A surge in oil use is being fueled by its colossal boom in automobiles, even as the country searches for alternatives to traditional gasoline transportation. Some of the options: The futuristic Straddle Bus and GM's electric concept cars.
On "Plugged-In," Exxon is having trouble replenishing its oil supplies, and as a result, has more natural gas than oil. A judge in Ecuador has ordered Chevron to pay almost $9 billion to residents to say they suffered severe damages from oil drilling. A report from the Government Accountability Office says the Interior Department could be getting shortchanged on royalties from federal oil and gas leases.
On "The Mix:" Frank Maisano, a senior principal with Bracewell and Giuliani and Daniel Weiss, senior fellow and director of climate policy at the Center for American Progress sit down with chief correspondent Tyler Suiters to debate what may happen in the budget battle.
In the "Energy Now Spotlight:" Correspondent Lee Patrick Sullivan breaks down battle for between two electric vehicle heavyweights, the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf. From the manufacturing process to the marketing campaigns, the competition is heated. Lee Patrick test drives both cars and looks at how they're made, to see if they live up to their claims.
In the "Hot Zone:" Body heat from the hundreds of thousands of people who pass through Stockholm's Central Station each day is being captured and transferred to a nearby building. We'll tell you how it's done.
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