Energy/Environment Energy Voices

  • On energy, Europe looks to Ukraine and beyond

    G7 energy ministers meet next week in Hamburg amid calmer European geopolitics. Douglas Hengel of The German Marshall Fund explores what the G7 can accomplish in the energy space beyond assisting Ukraine. 

  • Why oil firms want a say in global climate talks

    Major oil companies including Total, Eni, Saudi Aramco, BG, Royal Dutch Shell, and others have come together to form an industry group to weigh in on climate negotiations to take place in Paris later this year.

  • Goldman Sachs predicts $45 oil by October

    Crude prices have risen over the past few weeks, after collapsing from $100 a barrel last summer to around $50 a barrel early this year. But as James Stafford writes, some predict prices could fall again later this year.

  • Oil markets indifferent to latest Islamic State victory in Iraq

    Iraqi oil production is growing, writes Nick Cunningham, even as Islamic State gains ground. The global glut of crude has insulated markets against geopolitical shocks, and the fall of Ramadi hasn't impacted production in Iraq's oil-rich South.

May 27, 2015

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Democratic presidential candidate, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton greets guests after speaking to South Carolina House Democratic Women's Caucus and Women's Council, Wednesday, in Columbia, S.C.

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