n a classic case of exercising power for the sake of power, Gina McCarthy, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), admitted that the real reason for EPA regulations is “showing sort of domestic leadership as well as garnering support around the country for the agreement we reached in Paris.”

 

 

 

The world's largest private-sector coal company will miss making $70 million in interest payments for lack of money. Government regulations play a part in this.

Predicting future oil prices is like trying to pin the tail on a skittish donkey in the dark.

It would be hard to think of a group that is more vilified as exploitative than oil men. Yet everything that Tom Hill of KimRay does shatters that perception.

Wall Street investors have started pouring billions into the energy sector, persuaded that prices not only of crude oil but stocks of energy companies have hit bottom. They just might be premature.

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