Senator Heitkamp outlines an aggressive energy policy strategy that emphasizes free trade, domestic production, and fuel diversity.
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.
Saudi Arabia is mulling selling shares in Aramco, but the announcement of a possible IPO has prompted a number of questions, particularly the overall value of the company.
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.
Research from UC Davis and Consumer Reports explores the question: Why are so many automotive dealerships steering customers away from electric vehicles?
Stay on top of the latest developments in oil markets, geopolitical risk, and alternative fuel vehicles with the SAFE policy team's Chart of the Week.
The OPEC+ collapse will likely lead to a long and damaging price war, particularly for U.S. shale.
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.
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.
Europe's status as a substantial importer of energy is well known, but what is less known is that the rate of dependence on oil imports is much higher compared to its dependence on imports of natural gas.