The major issue for many countries is that oil is becoming too expensive for the economy to afford, Tverberg writes.
Exxon Mobil and Rosneft are planning to drill for oil in the Kara Sea, which the Soviet Union used as a dumping ground for radioactive material for more than 25 years, according to OilPrice.com.
While regulation limits coal power in the US, Hunt writes that the energy source is on the rise in Europe.
Each year a dwindling global pool of exports has been generating ever greater competition among importing nations and has become a largely unheralded force behind record high oil prices, Cobb writes.
TV show 'Designing Spaces' looks at Prairie State Energy Campus, one of the most efficient and low emissions producing coal-fueled power plants in the US.
A new 'smart sponge' may be the key to reducing the pollution caused by runoff water from drilling for oil and gas, according to OilPrice.com.
Lawmakers in Ottawa have expressed reservations over a possible Chinese takeover of a major Canadian energy company.
Almost three-quarters of Ohioans say shutting more coal plants is a bad idea.
Sales of the Chevy Volt have increased recently, but it's largely due to GM's 25 percent discount on the electric vehicle, according to Consumer Energy Report.
A reserve of at least 50,000 billion cubic feet of natural gas may lay untapped off the coast of Israel, according to OilPrice.com. The question is, who will claim it?
Up to 90 percent of the energy used to house the data for the world's websites is simply wasted, according to a report issued by The New York Times.
Researchers at Rice University have created a lithium ion battery which can be painted on virtually any surface.
A report from the National Wildlife Federation highlights the role it says oil companies play in U.S. politics, stating energy companies are influencing legislation in favour of oil, natural gas and coal policies, according to OilPrice.com