Forget the "official narrative" that Qatar was isolated due to its support of terrorism.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry wants to know if wind and solar are compromising the reliability of the grid and hurting coal power. The answer lies in his home state of Texas.
They don't hate 'our freedoms.' They hate that we've betrayed our ideals in their own countries - for oil.
Il 17 aprile gli elettori sono chiamati a votare sì o no per il referendum "sulle trivelle", per abrogare un articolo della Legge di stabilità che toglie le scadenze delle concessioni di coltivazioni di gas e petrolio entro le 12 miglia dalle coste italiane. Se non si raggiungerà il quorum (50%) o vincerà il NO, le concessioni scadranno alla "fine utile dei giacimenti".
The United States is banking on decades of abundant natural gas to power its economic resurgence. That may be wishful thinking.
Countries from Australia to Tanzania have scrambled to start exporting liquefied natural gas. Who's going to buy it all?
Plastic crap that Americans are accustomed to importing from Asia is increasingly being manufactured right here in the U.S., thanks to cheap natural gas.
In this post, Pedro Prieto describes how South America, and in particular Argentina, is affected by oil and gas depletion. A subject ...
U.S.-based industries and utilities that consume a lot of natural gas have been trying to figure out just how to respond to proposals in Con...
David Crane of NRG, a supporter of distributed energy, thinks wind and solar will part ways because wind needs transmission and distributed solar doesn't.
New research shows that putting too much of our eggs into this energy basket could be detrimental to our future economic health. This article was published in partnership with GlobalPossibilities.org.Coal and nuclear power industries in the United States have seen better days. The main culprit, energy industry analysts say, is the low cost of domestic natural gas, coupled with carbon-reducing regulations imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the efforts of environmental groups.
Here's the short version of why forecasts of low long-term oil and natural gas prices are almost certainly wrong: It costs more than that to get the stuff out of the ground.
The last and most prevalent myth about shale gas is that it's a clean, even green, alternative energy.