Halliburton Co. has reached out to the National Guard for help in the search for a seven-inch radioactive rod used in the drilling of natural gas wells, according to Oilprice.com. Workers lost the device earlier this week in southwestern Texas.
House Republicans passed a bill that would require the US Treasury to review loans given through the energy sector stimulus funds. The move is an effort to call attention to bad investments made through the stimulus program, according to Consumer Energy Report.
Just because there's plenty of unconventional oil out there – from tar sands to oil shale – doesn't mean it's economically feasible to use it.
Democrats from Kansas to North Carolina support US coal-fueled electricity.
The Middle East fallout of an Israeli military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities are too great for the United States to bear.
Japan's prime minister has indicated that he will consider a recommendation to phase out nuclear power by the 2030s, according to Consumer Energy Report.
In an interview with CNBC, Pickens said Romney is 'better suited' to deal with the increasingly grave energy problem in the United States, according to Consumer Energy Report.
Post-Gaddafi Libya may have the mirage of stability. But for Western oil firms – and other Western interests – al-Qaeda and other jihadists pose a threat.
The technology of fracking is moving so fast that the process is becoming cheaper and cleaner. But the industry and the public are talking past each other.
The posted gas price is an effort by Lukoil franchisees to protest high fuel costs passed onto them by their parent company, according to Consumer Energy Report. A total of 57 Lukoil franchise owners are taking part in the gas price protest.
OPEC's oil reserves haven't been independently verified, but there's evidence they've inflated the numbers. Here's why it matters.
Romney energy plan wants to open federal lands to drill onshore and US waters to drill offshore, but gives short shrift to renewable energy and ignores fuel efficiency, carbon-dioxide emissions, and climate change. Part 1 of a three-part series on the Romney energy plan.
Does rising GDP really boost energy consumption? A long look at history suggests that energy is the driver.
Carbon dioxide emissions resulting from energy production declined in the US in 2011, according to the US Energy Department. A battered economy and high fuel prices may account for the drop in emissions.
Escalating international dispute over South China Sea islands involves an oil bonanza of unknown proportions. Here are steps China, Japan, the US, ASEAN, and others can take to neutralize regional competition over energy.
For the first time in 30 years, carbon-dioxide emissions from coal-fired plants are dropping, due to the slow retirement of old coal plants. But the West is still more reliant on coal for electricity than states in the East.
Europe wants to escape Gazprom's stranglehold by diversifying into shale gas. But Gazprom is throwing up obstacles.