The 17-day slide in gasoline prices this month may diminish a campaign issue that President Barack Obama’s critics have frequently raised though the decline is unlikely to sway undecided voters.
At an aging cement plant in San Antonio, entrepreneur Joe Jones is trying to turn fighting climate change into money-making venture.
Crude-oil tankers will earn less than previously anticipated next year as Chinese demand fails to replace declining U.S. imports, according to Wells Fargo Securities LLC.
In the decades after the Arab oil embargo, the U.S. restricted energy exports to promote self sufficiency as a matter of national security.
Bankruptcy may be the best thing to happen to Energy Future Holdings’ coal-burning power plants.
A decision on whether to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline may slip into next year, giving opponents time to marshal efforts against it while offering President Barack Obama a chance to wring concessions from Canada.
Just when it looked like the Keystone XL pipeline cleared a key U.S. State Department hurdle, a Nebraska judge showed this week that obstacles remain.
Environmentalists are praising Secretary of State John Kerry in hopes of burying, figuratively speaking, the Keystone XL pipeline.
"The pipeline is both good and bad."
- Michael Webber on Sep 04, 2014