As oil pipelines come online in the Permian basin, will the bottleneck depressing wellhead prices just move to Gulf Coast export terminals? No, according to …
Confusion about precision and accuracy works deviously in the politics of climate.
Memories of a “black decade” and comparisons with collapsing Venezuela flow inescapably from the political tumult in Algeria that has curtailed the 20-year presidency of …
With Iowa caucuses less than a year away, presidential hopefuls from both political parties are busy kissing the ethanol baby.
Nord Stream 2, the controversial gas pipeline between Russia and Germany, advanced a step in Europe during February—but only a step.
With Bill C-69, “Ottawa’s proposed cure looks likely to worsen Canada’s present disease,” according to a new study.
Once again, misinformed US lawmakers want to authorize antitrust litigation against the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Environmental assessment can—dare a humble scribe say it?—go overboard.
Of two threats to exploration and production in the Eastern Mediterranean this year, new Turkish menacing of activity off Cyprus has the greater chance of …
Just when an oil-production breakthrough began to seem possible in beleaguered Libya, trouble shifted from terminals to oil fields.