A cold snap has pushed up natural gas prices, but analysts thing slightly higher prices are here to stay.
As oil prices creep up, drillers' instincts for aggressive growth will clash with investor calls for restraint.
New COVID-19 restrictions in major economies and a new coronavirus variant raises serious oil market concerns about the next few months.
The long list of executive orders signed by President Biden represent a significant shift in policy from his predecessor—and a recognition it has little time to waste.
From energy dominance to COVID-19, how did the Trump administration affect energy policy?
LNG prices in northeast Asia are up more than 80 percent in just two weeks, capping off a wild bust-to-boom swing in a little over six months.
As continued OPEC curbs alongside a further hefty Saudi cut nudge WTI back above $50 per barrel, U.S. shale drillers have pulled back from the abyss.
Despite cuts to drilling and spending, the U.S. natural gas slump continues—particularly in Appalachia.
Low oil prices and high-profile deals point to a shift toward consolidation in the U.S. oil industry.
Oil prices fall as the summer driving season ends, inventories remain high and refineries worldwide struggle with overcapacity.