Two bills making the oil and gas industry anxious have survived in the Canadian Senate—one less damaging than its original version and one not.
Denunciation of Iran after emergency meetings in Mecca of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and Arab League obscured hints of hope for …
Everyone’s wrong sometimes. Most people, though, don’t make a show of it.
Politicization of energy and trade might matter more to US LNG exports and projects than a tariff raised by China amid a trade war.
Real normalcy will come long after mid-May “normalization” promised for Russia’s Druzhba oil pipeline system and the refineries it supplies.
Contortions abound in Canadian energy politics.
Controversy over climate change has gone from hopelessly polarized to altogether weird.
Long before the United Conservatives Party spanked incumbent New Democrats in Alberta elections Apr. 16, questions of foreign influence cried for attention.
In their gripes about US President Donald Trump’s Apr. 10 executive orders supporting pipeline construction, activists resorted to familiar artfulness.
Less than 2 weeks before they were to meet under United Nations auspices to discuss peace, militant groups shoved Libya back toward widespread war.