A new poll shows 68 percent of Americans support offshore oil and gas drilling, but the issue is dividing Democrats in Congress. The Obama administration decided to allow seismic energy exploration off the Atlantic coast last week, suggesting offshore drilling may soon be a reality there.
The energy in biofuels can match the levels of crude oil, researchers from the University of Twente in the Netherlands have found. But there are some inherent limits on using biofuels at a commercial scale.
The Obama administration proposed new safety rules on oil trains Wednesday after a string of recent incidents brought new attention to a growing method of oil transportation. As pipeline construction lags behind domestic oil production, energy companies are turning to rail to get their product to market.
The National Hockey League released its first sustainability report Monday, responding to 'major environmental challenges' posed by climate change and water scarcity. The report analyzes professional hockey's current environmental impact, and lays out future sustainability goals.
Russia's government-owned oil company Rosneft says US sanctions imposed on Russia will only hurt the US and other Western investors. Rosneft says that the US sanctions are 'illegitimate and groundless.'
The downing of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner last week is further straining relations between Russia and the West over Ukraine. That could spell trouble for several major oil companies operating in Russia.