A deadly gas explosion in Massachusetts underscores a hidden danger in the nation’s gas distribution system.
A new report predicts that peak oil demand won’t occur until the 2030s, but the oil industry will remain a vital part of the economy through 2050.
In a previous article, I addressed the fact that natural gas is serving as an important bridge fuel as coal is phased out. Today, I estimate how long that bridge might last.
A recent headline generated outrage when it declared the Big Oil was asking the government for protection from climate change. The truth is more complicated.
Those who wish to debate whether natural gas should be a bridge between a coal-fired past and a renewable future are missing the point. It is already serving as that bridge.
The Trump Administration recently lowered future fuel efficiency standards, offering as a partial rationale that new oil supplies make conserving energy less important. I disagree.
A new rule coming into effect for marine shipping in 2020 promises to drive up the price of diesel, as well as low sulfur crudes like West Texas Intermediate.
The ethanol industry and President Trump are advocating for year-round sales of 15% ethanol blends. Here’s why some are concerned about this move.
Gasoline prices usually fall after summer, and not just because demand drops. Today, I explain the factors that typically lead gasoline prices to trend down as fall arrives.
A decade ago, I suggested that U.S. oil companies target Venezuela’s Citgo refineries as compensation for Venezuela’s expropriation of their assets. Last week a court ruling opened the door for that remedy.