The Fed-fueled junk bond market bubble supporting the energy sector is bursting.

The continuing decline in crude oil prices is shaking up the assumptions and presuppositions of producers, investors, and governments.

Some senators are working to overturn the Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1975, which essentially bans the export of crude oil.

The House's ninth attempt to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline will fail once more as both the pipeline and the president himself become more and more irrelevant.

Though fracking produces enough oil to take a big chunk out of the U.S. trade deficit, it is under unrelenting attack. We’ll look at the truth of the allegations.

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