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It’s uncertain whether more American LNG will flow to China after a trade agreement, but the deal may still upend the market.
Exxon Mobil wants to resume its joint venture with the Russia oil giant PAO Rosneft, the Journal reports.
President Trump’s plan to make pipeline builders use American materials would force the industry to fundamentally retool its supply chain.
Trade policy is in doubt, but North America’s energy industry continues to strengthen ties.
California expects to see surge in hydropower but that could be negative for some independent power producers.
China installed 23.3 GW of new capacity in 2016, a 42.7 percent share of the market, according to the Global Wind Energy Council.
Saudi Arabia has fought a hard-won battle to secure output cuts from OPEC members, but many challenges lie ahead in 2017.
GOP control of the White House and Congress puts pressure on emerging markets, emboldens U.S. drillers and raises risks for Iran.
The merger of Baker Hughes and GE Oil & Gas creates a new type of oilfield services firm that defies easy comparisons to peers.
Drivers may see the cheapest average fall gasoline prices since the year President Barack Obama was first elected.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump aimed to detail his energy policy Thursday in the heart of U.S. oil country.
For states that are top energy producers, the crash in oil prices has brought a major economic hangover, a loss of tax revenues and big budget shortfalls.
Well, this wasn’t supposed to happen. Oil was supposed to be down big if there was no Doha agreement, right?
Is the low price of oil damaging a main revenue source for ISIS.
With OPEC not cutting production, American shale companies are getting hit by low oil prices.