Crude oil is up nearly 4% as the world waits to see how Iran will retaliate.
Fourteen oil and gas companies are funding a website that attacks scientists and undermines their work.
The acting Bureau of Land Management director agreed not to participate in matters involving 57 entities and individuals following conflict of interest allegations.
Norway and the U.S., both among the world’s top oil and gas producers, are taking drastically divergent steps in response to pressure from the oil industry.
One speaker in the 2017 tape boasts of a petroleum group's links to David Bernhardt, who is now the acting Interior chief.
The great American fracking boom threatens to undermine efforts to avoid climate catastrophe in this century.
It's the second big win this week for the coal industry.
Growth in the drilling and tech industries helped boost the national economy.
The Department of Interior is quietly preparing to offer hundreds of thousands of acres of public land for leasing to energy companies.
The Trump administration's move is the latest effort to undo much of Barack Obama’s work to address climate change.
Ryan Zinke oversees the most business-friendly Interior Department in recent memory.
London’s new “smart street” is using new technology to encourage sustainable shopping and draw customers in.
Power generation is no longer a straightforward business.
Yesterday afternoon I endured the live stream of Donald Trump's "energy policy" speech. Of course, it was not a speech on comprehensive energy policy at all, but more of his now typical pandering to the audience in front of him by stringing together slogans lifted directly from conservative orthodoxy.
The wild West is getting a lot less wild.
I continue this exciting series with the dynamic Josephine Takundwa, founder and CEO of Earthlink Technologies headquartered in Harare, Zimbabwe.
In December, the International Energy Agency released a report showing that after a decade of aggressive growth, global coal demand stalled in 2015.