Huge Energy Projects Suffer Crushing Legal Setbacks
Arch Coal lost a court case over an EPA decision to halt construction on a previously approved coal mine site. As you can guess, the coal industry isn't happy, and it's not alone.
Senate Dems Press Obama on Keystone XL Pipeline
Senators from swing districts are urging the president for a timeline, but the White House is keeping mum for now.
How Badly Are More Natural Gas Pipelines Needed?
Domestic natural gas production is growing, but distribution of the natural gas is in a somewhat precarious state. More pipelines may be needed, but who will really benefit?
Did Ontario put another Nail in Coal's Coffin?
The Canadian province of Ontario has banned coal power, is this the future or just a side note for coal?
Why a Keystone XL Turndown Could Benefit China Mightily
TransCanada Corp. and others with a vested interest in the Keystone XL pipeline have been waiting sometimes not-so-patiently for a ruling by President Obama on the final stage of the line. Should that ruling be negative, China will be better off for it.
Invest Before the U.S. Surpasses Saudi Arabian Oil Production by 2018
The International Energy Agency predicts that the U.S. will produce more oil than Saudi Arabia within six years. Here are some North American stocks to ride into this world domination.
The Death of the Brent-WTI Spread: Are Refiners Going to Get Crushed?
With a narrowing spread and shrinking profit margins, what’s next for refiners?
Yes, TransCanada Can Survive Without Keystone XL
In the midst of what could at times be described yellow journalism, it is easy to forget that TransCanada offers much more than Keystone XL.