Senator Heitkamp outlines an aggressive energy policy strategy that emphasizes free trade, domestic production, and fuel diversity.
U.S. oil production has received a lot of attention lately for stalling out and beginning to decline, but the U.S. shale gas revolution also appears to have also slowed down, at least for now.
Current low prices for natural gas and the ongoing production boom in shale gas should provide the perfect impetus to boost NGVs in the country’s automobile fleet.
Despite the lofty goal set by President Obama to reach one million electric vehicles on the road by this year, the country is only one-third of the way there. Dealerships are struggling to convince consumers to make the leap on EVs.
Part of our Energy Policy 2016 election tracker series, we examine Donald Trump's energy policy positions on OPEC, fracking, foreign intervention in oil-rich states, and more.
Marco Giuli, Energy expert at the European Policy Center in Brussels, discusses how an exit of Greece from the Eurozone could influence commodity markets and oil prices.
Rather than selling crude oil on the open market, ISIS oil is refined in hundreds of makeshift local refineries.
Senator Portman (R-OH) discusses bipartisanship in energy policy, oil price volatility, and what the shale oil and gas boom has brought to his home state of Ohio.
The oil markets will be keeping a close eye on interest rates, as any rate hike could push prices even lower.
With some 25 percent of Russia's economy supported by oil and gas revenues, the fall in energy prices has had dismal impacts on the country's economic outlook. For every $1 drop in oil prices, Russia's economy is estimated to lose $1 billion in revenue, meaning the country has lost an estimated $50 billion in budget revenue over the past year.