for Energy Policy
The outcome of the election will have significant implications for the energy industry – but some trends are beyond White House control.
COVID-19 has exposed frailties in the U.S. economy. The crisis provides an opportunity to bolster American economic resilience.
American officials concede its latest sanction efforts may not be enough to halt completion of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.
Oil majors continue to ratchet up activity in U.S. shale, even as other producers cut back.
An extended period of lower commodity prices will continue to weaken earnings outlooks, making the prospect of merging with—or acquiring—E&P companies more attractive.
T. Boone Pickens talks to Fred Smith of FedEx and Chris Spear of American Trucking Associations about energy and environmental policy and why natural gas is an important fuel for the trucking fleet.
The OPEC commission would examine whether the cartel’s behavior is designed to disadvantage U.S. oil producers and secure market power through anti-competitive behavior.
The DOE’s National Laboratories are a core engine of national innovation system but one in urgent need of a tune-up if the U.S. is to meet the pressing challenges of energy security.
Picking Ken Salazar and John Podesta for high-level positions provides little clarity regarding energy and the environment policy since both advisers have different philosophies and it’s unclear which side would win out under a Clinton administration.
Trump threw his full support behind fracking and said that if the U.S. were to ban it, the country would be “back into the Middle East begging for oil again.”