A new report from the Conference Board of Canada finds that oil sands in Alberta, Canada will provide 3.2 million person years of employment and draw $364 billion in investment over the next 25 years, according to Consumer Energy Report.
Throughout election 2012, President Obama has promoted an America dependent on a diverse energy portfolio, rather than the volatile global oil market. What does his reelection mean for energy?
Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee who has used rising fuel costs as a weapon during the lead-up to the presidential election, may not be so happy to see pump prices dropping, according to Consumer Energy Report.
From Hezbollah and Iran in the Americas to free trade agreements, Romney and Obama could discuss an array of important regional topics during tonight's final debate. But will they?
There's much cheering and a close watch on social media as two partisan crowds in Ohio, a state that could swing the election, track the ebb and flow of momentum in Tuesday's presidential debate.
OPEC said it anticipated "robust" growth in the U.S. economy when compared to other developed countries, OilPrice.com reports, though "U.S. expansion remains below potential."
Romney White House scenarios beyond a top-down CEO approach. A two-part election 2012 report profiles the stark differences and interesting similarities of a second-term Obama White House vs. a Romney White House – either of which would have to deal with a highly polarized Congress.