In August I warned of a disconnect between natural gas prices and supply risks. Prices have risen nearly 60% since, and may yet go higher.
Last Friday, oil prices fell for the 10th consecutive day. According to CNBC, this marked the longest losing streak for crude oil in 34 years. I have covered the factors behind this drop in the previous two articles. […]
Is President Trump responsible for falling oil prices? Partially, but not for the reasons he thinks.
The Trump Administration wants to take a hard line on Iran, while avoiding a spike in oil prices just before the midterm elections.
An algae researcher with decades of experience in the field objected to my recent column on algal biofuels. He argues that the industry is far from dead.
Ethanol is known to damage small engines. But who bears the cost when that happens? Not the ethanol industry.
Master limited partnerships emerged as a popular investment vehicle over the past decade. Here’s why investors have soured on the sector.
The killing of Saudi Arabian dissident Jamal Khashoggi – and the debate over what to do about it – provides a stark reminder of the economic power wielded by Saudi Arabia.
During the advanced biofuel craze of the past decade, many companies made claims that weren’t remotely credible. A long list of companies claimed they could economically convert biomass like straw or wood chips into fuel for around […]
A recent video shared by Bernie Sanders grossly understates the importance of the U.S. role in geothermal power production.