After decades of strong financial numbers and dominance in the electric power sector, US coal producers are starting to fall apart faster than anyone could have anticipated.
With a nuclear deal in hand, it's not just oil that Iranians can offer. The country has the second biggest natural gas reserves in the world.
Mexico's first private oil bidding did not pan out as those eager to invest had hoped, write Jeremy Martin and Alexis Arthur of the Institute of the Americas. But the uninspiring results are only the beginning, not the end, of Mexico's historic energy reform.
The future of US energy is looking like it will rely heavily on renewable sources. The more difficult question is when, and at what rate, that future will arrive.
Greece is turning to offshore oil and gas as a potential source of revenue, despite having almost no existing oil and gas production to begin with.
Shell is on track to begin drilling in US Arctic waters by the end of July, writes Andy Tully. But getting to this point has been difficult for the oil major, and weather and other obstacles remain.