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.”
Oil man Aubrey McClendon's impact is being felt every time any driver pulls up to the pump or pulls out his checkbook to pay his utility bill.
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?