What’s The Buzz?
Donald Trump will tout surging U.S. exports of oil and natural gas during a week of events aimed at highlighting the country’s growing energy dominance.
If the amount of the gas that people are putting out has stopped rising, how can the amount that stays in the air be going up faster than ever?
Could the entire American economy run on renewable energy alone?
An early glimpse of the turn in the oil markets came last August. Thanks to a recovery in the shale oil drilling business, the French company Vallourec started rehiring people it had let go at its Youngstown, Ohio, steel pipe factory.
President Donald Trump reaffirmed his support for the U.S. ethanol industry in an Iowa speech Wednesday, even as his administration stokes uncertainty by considering last-minute changes to the way it mandates domestic consumption.
A federal judge has upheld most of California’s pioneering low-carbon fuel standard but allowed oil companies and other fuel suppliers to challenge rules that may favor California ethanol producers over their Midwest competitors.
Known as Operation Ajax, the CIA plot was ultimately about oil.
Study shows risks have climbed steadily since 1980, and the number of people in danger will grow to 48 percent by 2100, even if emissions are drastically reduced.
Norway offered a record number of blocks for oil and gas exploration in the Arctic Barents Sea on Wednesday, brushing off concerns about the risks of drilling in the remote, icy environment.
The biggest wild card in the equation — one that could tip prices at the pump from one day to the next — is oil-rich Libya, among the most unstable countries in North Africa.