This behemoth oil company needs to boost oil reserves, but sticking to plans in Russia may not be the strategy shareholders will continue to tolerate much longer.
Could the President's nomination for Deputy Energy Secretary been far more supportive for the nuclear sector than one may initially think?
We live in a different world, one that is much more socially connected than ever before, and that drastically changes how today's energy startups will be valued by investors.
We hear a lot about solar and wind power, but there is not much public attention on geothermal energy. That may soon change.
A favorable court ruling in upstate New York may have national fracking implications. Let's take a closer look.
Cyberthreats have increased in recent years as hackers look to disrupt financial institutions, steal identities, and now control energy remotely, something that should worry the U.S.
We keep hearing about the US becoming energy independent, yet the reality of the term may be another story.
There is a growing debate about raising the gas tax for the first time since 1993, but does this idea really have legs?
Most people think about solar and wind when considering renewable energy, but this power source may soon get a lot more attention from investors.
This refining behemoth is putting a lot of chips on ethanol, but could a new technology to produce it actually disrupt Valero's business model?
Could this oil giant reconsider getting back into the solar space in a very unique way to further show a strong commitment to fight climate change?
Nuclear power must be part of a strategy to reduce carbon emissions, but legislation needs to move faster on land and on sea.
Robotics are making headlines these days, and the drillers should be paying attention if they want to be more profitable.
Shell is embracing new ideas through a unique crowdsourcing platform that is paying off for shareholders.
This new documentary highlights the peril of man-made carbon and the realities of climate change in a way that is more personal than anything I've seen before.
Increased regulation and heightened focus on the environment could finally give shares of Nuverra a reason to attract investor attention, in a good way.
Asset sales are one thing, but continued tax shelters may be too much for some investors of this oil service name.
Trading reliance on Russian gas with newly exported gas from the States may not be the solution Europe needs.
Coal stocks have been thrown under the bus, but could a carbon risk report from an energy behemoth attract investors back to the space?
The UN's IPCC has garnered much attention for its views on climate change, but it's another report that may be very supportive for the nuclear sector.