For Russia's natural gas customers, the supplies of liquefied natural gas coming from the United States are more than welcome. They spell freedom.
A so-called agreement to limit oil production to help boost prices faded almost immediately, along with stock and oil prices, when it was realized there was no agreement after all.
The collapsing oil and natural gas prices plus the “straight line” thinking that drove Chesapeake Energy to its present precarious position is putting it at serious risk of bankruptcy.
If support for ethanol subsidies is waning in Iowa, of all places, does that spell the end of them altogether?
The announcement that the Obama administration would be stopping issuing new coal leases on federal land should catch no one by surprise. Obama promised to shut down the coal industry back in 2008.
OPEC's hopes that low oil prices, owing to its full-tilt pumping operations, would remove production in the United States' oil fracking areas continue to be dashed on the rocks of American ingenuity and opportunism.