Yet another oil company buddies up with NASA rocket scientists for help with its homework

Norwegian major Statoil has teamed up with the U.S. space agency NASA on technology development on a project to run through 2018. The giant oil company is hardly the first to beat a path to NASA’s door: Chevron made a similar deal in 2011. NASA and Exxon have collaborated on a study that could pr...

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