Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced that the Department of Energy is releasing 500,000 barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. We discuss the impact and importance of the move.
Everyone makes mistakes, but the important thing is to learn from them.
Next Monday’s solar eclipse will span across the U.S., and solar energy production will be surprisingly affected.
A huge drop for a huge, steady producer followed some pretty alarming news in Pioneer’s quarterly report.
Renewable energy is taking off in some parts of the world, but it's far from replacing fossil fuels. And speaking of fossil fuels, the Industry Focus: Energy team checks in with OPEC, and some infrastructure and service players as well.
OPEC’s production cut compliance continues to drop, is this the end of its attempt to prop up oil prices?
GE’s CEO just retired, but he left the company perfectly positioned for a green energy-fueled future.
Railways might sound like a boring industry, but the returns in the last five years are dazzling, and show no sign of slowing down.
Donald Trump is making headway on removing America from the Paris climate agreement. Here’s what might change and what might stay the same.
OPEC extended its production cut for another nine months. Could this be a desperate move by a powerless cartel?
Saudi Arabia and Russia desperately want oil back to its highs -- but just how likely is it?
The oil and gas sector’s first-quarter results are out, and the managements of these huge companies have made some interesting capital decisions.
Oil has continued its drop in spite of OPEC’s promises to keep production low. What’s an investor to do?
Bad news for oil producers; great news for oil pipeline operators.
Fracking has really taken off in the past few years, but how does it work? Our energy analysts explain the ins and outs and name a few of the best companies investors will want to look at.
Russia loaned Venezuela’s state oil company, which owns CITCO, a lot of money – now they want to be paid back.
Plus, troubles for solar yieldcos and the tough market of offshore rigs.
Royal Dutch Shell, ConocoPhillips, and Marathon Oil have all shed huge amounts of oil sands assets recently.
Oil prices are up, but not anywhere near where their highs of 2014 -- so why are producers increasing production by 1 million barrels?
BP plc has released its 2017 Energy Outlook that extends to 2035. For long-term investors, BP's opinions may be both surprising and thought-provoking.