Natural gas advocates are angry over the depiction of natural gas drilling in Matt Damon's new movie, 'Promised Land.' The reaction from the natural gas industry, Cobb writes, has been as predictable as it has been puzzling.
Daphne Wysham, founder and co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network, speaks about her vision for a bipartisan clean-energy policy, in a roundtable discussion hosted by the Monitor.
A series of recent Arctic drilling setbacks have reignited a debate over drilling for Alaskan oil. Shell says Arctic drilling would be an energy boon, but opponents doubt the feasibility of operating in such harsh conditions.
Jack Lew may be best known for budgetary finesse, but President Obama's pick for the next Treasury secretary has experience in the energy world. Would the energy industry have an ally in Jack Lew?
Oil sands production in Canada has contaminated surrounding lakes with substances linked to cancer, according to a new study. The scientific findings may help the case against building Keystone XL, a pipeline that would connect Canadian oil sands with American refineries.
Jan Koninckx, global director of biofuels for DuPont Industrial Biosciences, discusses 2nd generation biofuels with Robert Rapier of Consumer Energy Report.
Chuck Hagel is President Obama's pick as the next secretary of defense. The former Republican senator's views on climate change and national security could bode well for clean-tech advocates.
The number of cyberattacks on the computer systems of power grid and gas pipeline companies rose in 2012, a federal report shows, as cyberspies zeroed in on the energy sector.
Energy innovation policy is often misrepresented as only research, Stepp writes, or largely ignored by advocates to support rigid economic doctrines or policy goals that divert attention from addressing climate change.
Chevy Volt's record-breaking year falls short of the GM's sales target. Chevy Volt sales reflects a year of triumphs and shortcomings for electric-car technology.
Transocean, Ltd., agreed Thursday to a $1.4 billion settlement with the US Department of Justice for its role in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster. Compared to BP's $4.5 billion fine, Transocean may have avoided the brunt of the blame.
North America will continue to show the world the way on shale gas and oil, Grealy writes, but we're only at the first baby steps of shale.
Cobb lists potential surprises in the energy world that conventional wisdom has judged rather unlikely to happen in 2013.
A floating oil rig, carrying about 143,000 gallons of diesel fuel, doesn't appear to be leaking. But the oil rig, stranded off the coast of Alaska, has raised safety concerns: 'Oil companies keep saying they can conquer the Arctic, but the Arctic keeps disagreeing with the oil companies,' Congressman Ed Markey, said.