Environmentalists saw mixed results on Tuesday after turning their attention to local elections to thwart fracking and the export of coal.
As environmentalists continue to battle the Keystone pipeline, Canadian oil companies are investing more in rail transportation as an alternative, the New York Times reported on Thursday.
Business and political leaders agreed that U.S. energy independence was on the way, but differed over the form it would take during a conference Wednesday.
The head of Iran’s national oil company admitted on Friday that Iran has systematically bypassed and avoided Western economic sanctions on its oil exports, according to state run media reports.
The American oil and natural gas boom of the last few years is driving down energy costs and creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs, congressional testimony on Thursday revealed.
Delays in federal permitting for oil and gas exploration on public land is likely reducing national energy production and depriving the federal government of revenue, according to a federal report released Friday.
Embattled United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars with several energy companies cited for doing business with Iran, according to financial disclosure forms.
Mitt Romney accused President Obama of cutting permits to oil and gas on federal land, and the facts bear Romney out.
Oil prices “could double,” increasing the U.S. price of gasoline by up to $2.75, if Iran is permitted to obtain a nuclear weapon, according to a new economic analysis by a bipartisan team of current and former government officials.
The environmentalist screed called Promised Land received big money from the United Arab Emirates, an oil kingdom known for its lavish spending on man-made islands and the world’s tallest building, according to the Heritage Foundation.