A revision in EIA data pushed November 2017 into the #1 all-time spot for monthly U.S. oil production.
The latest Annual Energy Outlook from the Energy Information Administration suggests the possibility that U.S. oil production will stop growing in three to four years.
President Trump is reportedly considering a 25-cent-per-gallon increase in federal fuel taxes, which haven’t changed since 1993. That’s an idea worth considering.
Nine years after the Renewable Fuel Standard mandated that cellulosic ethanol had to be blended into the fuel supply, billions of tax dollars have been spent to make cellulosic ethanol a commercial reality. Here’s how that experiment is going.
In his first State of the Union address, President Trump missed an opportunity to highlight America’s position as the world’s leading energy superpower.
President Trump scarcely mentioned the energy industry in his State of the Union address, and what he did say wasn’t completely correct.
As Waymo’s fleet of self-driving cars continues to grow, a new AAA survey finds that Americans are becoming less fearful of this new technology.
Unless major reforms are enacted in Venezuela, its time as a major oil producer is over.
In its nearly 100 years of production, the Permian Basin has never produced more oil than it produces today. I was there last week and saw the boom firsthand.
Look for U.S. oil production to reach a new record high in 2018. Also look for the patience of Tesla investors to be tested this year.