The Russian economy is heavily dependent on energy exports to the world. The U.S. can play this vulnerability.
The EIA and conventional wisdom say natural gas will replace diesel in freight trucks. Not so fast!
Don't write off coal just yet. It could be the next foundation for clean energy and oil production.
Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards appear to create diminishing returns on fuel savings. Will this reduce consumer incentives to upgrade cars?
Studies point to ethanol mandates causing more harm than good. Are there alternatives?
A new report details that fossil fuels production on federal lands continues to fall while the private sector is booming.
Recent electricity reliability report points to potential opportunities for long-term investors.
Recent rulings loosening U.S. oil export bans, projected reduced U.S. demand and increasing global demand point to increasing U.S. energy exports.
The quickly changing mix of electric power generation and management is going to affect everyone.
War in the Middle East yet again throws chaos into global energy markets.
The U.S EIA June 2014 Short-Term Energy Outlook contains conflicting indicators for the health of the U.S economy.
A predicted natural gas storage shortfall going into the 2014-2015 winter heating period could be an investor opportunity.
How the EPA and Mexico will impact what you pay for, and profit from, natural gas.