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March 23, 2015
Can Big Oil Keep Paying High Dividends?
Low oil prices have compelled the Italian oil company Eni to slash its dividend, the first major oil company to do so.
March 22, 2015
3 Ways Obama Is Pissing Off the Energy Industry
How are energy industries responding to fracking regulation changes? What do proponents say?
March 20, 2015
The 10 Worst Energy-Related Disasters of Modern Times
These 10 massive disasters were either a result of something gone wrong during production, or resulted in millions of people losing access to energy.
March 19, 2015
Saudis Claim Conspiracy Theorists, Not OPEC, to Blame for Oil Price Crash
A top Saudi official said Sunday that New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman and other conspiracy theorists are to blame for the crash in oil prices.
March 19, 2015
The Middle East Oil Addiction Could Spell Disaster
The plunge in oil prices has been felt dearly by the top hydrocarbon-producing countries, with all experiencing deep losses in revenue.
March 18, 2015
3 Things That May Be Hurting America’s Economic Confidence
How do we explain February's drop in economic confidence?
March 15, 2015
Congress Facing Huge Pressure to Lift Oil Export Ban
A lobbying blitz is underway to scrap the decades-old ban on crude oil exports from the United States.
March 13, 2015
Can Utilities Survive the 21st Century Energy Market?
Facing flat demand and a sudden insurgent campaign from rooftop solar, the electricity utility is entering a new era.
March 13, 2015
Texas: From Shale Boom to Water Revolution
NASA predicts a mega drought for Texas — the worst in 1000 years -- that could last for decades. How are we preparing for this?
March 11, 2015
Why OPEC is Confident It Can Take a Bite Out of U.S. Oil
After several weeks in which the rig count collapse appeared to be slowing, last week’s figures are a reminder that the rout is not over yet.
March 10, 2015
Why Nobody Really Knows What’s Going on With Oil Prices
When you throw in geopolitics, technological advances, and changes in tax policy, one quickly realizes that nobody knows which way oil prices are heading.
March 09, 2015
Oil Price Crash a Blessing in Disguise for U.S. Shale
If prices are moot, how are you, as a market player, reacting to the media's obsession with low oil prices and industry layoffs?
March 08, 2015
Climate Security Pits U.S. Military Against Congress
Military planners have consistently referred to climate change as a “threat multiplier” – it can make existing problems worse, and can present new conflicts as well.
March 05, 2015
This Is Why Warren Buffett Dumped His Exxon Holding
The “Oracle of Omaha,” didn’t say what “other uses” he might have for the $3.7 billion that he’d invested in Exxon Mobil. But he did say why he sold the stock.
March 03, 2015
Could Oil Prices Plummet a Second Time?
Several trends are conspiring to force prices down for a second time.
March 02, 2015
Why the U.S. Energy Boom Hasn’t Upset OPEC
Is Birol's oil forecast correct now or did he have it right in November?
February 28, 2015
Is OPEC’s Strategy Actually Working?
Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi, the architect of OPEC’s strategy to regain market share by causing the price of crude oil to plunge, says his plan is working, and data from petroleum research firms seems to back him up.
February 27, 2015
Not Every OPEC Country Can Tolerate Low Oil Prices
Many OPEC members say the cartel may have to call an emergency meeting regarding production and prices because of the damage the collapse of oil prices has been doing to their countries’ economies. But the prospects of such a gathering seem remote.
February 26, 2015
How Does Yellen Reveal Gas Prices as America’s Double-Edged Sword?
What news did Yellen have from the Federal Reserve on inflation, the job market, and the energy industry?
February 25, 2015
The Solar Industry Is About to Have Its Day in the Sun
Solar energy is finally starting to emerge as a real, affordable alternative to fossil fuels -- while also growing exponentially and creating a ton of jobs.
February 25, 2015
Will US Shale Boom Continue or Have a Hiatus?
The only question that remains is whether the price of oil rebounds, and how soon.
February 24, 2015
Recent ‘Bomb Trains’ Expose Regulatory Failures
The latest oil train derailments could force the federal government to tighten the regulatory screws further than they had planned.
February 23, 2015
Can Tesla’s Latest Venture Live Up to the Hype?
Tesla plans to unveil a home battery in the next month or two, with production beginning in around six months.
February 22, 2015
OPEC Won’t Regain Strength Until U.S. Shale Production Slows in 2030s
For the immediate future, expect a kind of controlled chaos in the market, BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley said in the introduction to his company’s forecast.
February 21, 2015
The 10 Best Places to Work in 2015
Here are the employees' choices for the best places to work in 2015.
February 21, 2015
Rosneft Spokesman Slams Canadian Oil Industry in Response to Sanctions
So what do you do when a wealthy nation imposes sanctions on your chief – perhaps only – industry? In the case of Russia, the answer is to fling insults.
February 18, 2015
How Obama Could Turn the Keystone Debate to His Advantage
Listening to the arguments for and against the Keystone Pipeline, you’re likely to come away thinking it is America’s greatest blessing or the greatest curse.
February 17, 2015
These 5 Big Businesses Are Making Big Preparations For Climate Change
Climate change is set to bear down on the planet and have a big effect whether we like it or not. Here are 5 big companies taking steps.
February 16, 2015
How the Anti-Fossil Fuel Movement Is Getting a Foothold in the U.S.
Don’t look now but the anti-fossil fuel movement is quickly building momentum.
February 12, 2015
Rosneft CEO Blames OPEC for Oil Market ‘Destabilization’
Russia is seeking observer status in OPEC, but the CEO of Rosneft, its largest oil company, said there is no chance that Moscow would want to become a member.
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