Energy/Environment Energy Voices

  • After King Abdullah, will Saudi oil stay secure?

    The passing of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah caused a brief spike in oil prices, but his successor, Crown Prince Salman, has pledged continuity in energy policy. Broader security issues could roil oil markets down the road.

  • Obama targets methane. What is it? Why does it matter?

    To combat climate change, the Obama administration is targeting methane – a greenhouse gas that's less prevalent but more potent than carbon dioxide. The oil and gas industry is already trying to stop leaks, though, and argues more regulation would be cumbersome.

January 25, 2015

Photos of the weekend

Firefighter Travis Theurer signals to those on shore that he’s strapped fellow firefighter Donnie Corn in to be pulled out of the water Saturday, during ice rescue training in Portland, Indiana.

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