A new study has found that methane emissions from natural gas drilling in British Columbia are roughly twice as high as previously thought,.
Senate Democrats are moving forward with a sweeping infrastructure package aimed at accelerating the clean energy transition.
While U.S. shale has recovered from a brutal 2020, it remains to be seen how long it will stick to its "capital discipline" mantra.
This week EU unveiled arguably the most ambitious suite of climate policies globally. But several questions must be answered before these proposals can become law.
New Crisis Brings New Opportunities to Advance U.S. Manufacturing and Strengthen Its Global Presence
Meeting the decarbonization demands presented by the climate crisis will require a more advanced grid, greater diversity in power and fuel sources, and a rethinking of personal mobility.
Natural gas consumption is expected to bounce back after a tough 2020 – at a time when governments are looking to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels.
The turmoil at the OPEC+ meeting injects uncertainty into the market—and may presage the challenges ahead.
The Canadian government announced a landmark new regulation that would ban gasoline and diesel vehicle sales by 2035, adding its name to the list of governments phasing out the internal combustion engine.
The heatwave in the Pacific Northwest stretched power grids, squeezed energy supplies, melted infrastructure—and illustrated how far behind the U.S. is in preparing for the effects of the climate crisis.
Exxon's board reshuffle has sent shockwaves through oil companies, as a new era of corporate scrutiny beckons.