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The U.S. government announced that it would release oil from the strategic petroleum reserve in coordination with a handful of other countries in an effort to tame oil prices.
On November 15, President Biden signed the bipartisan infrastructure bill into law, ensuring that upwards of a trillion dollars will be injected into roads, bridges, ports, the electric grid and many other aspects of the nation’s infrastructure in the coming years. The law makes some significant investments in clean energy, although it is by no […]
The global spike in commodity prices has resulted in expensive gasoline, which is always a political headache for whichever political party is in power.
The stakes are high as President Biden nears COP26 with an ambitious U.S. climate change program hanging in the balance.
A U.S.-German agreement on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has seemingly put to bed a geopolitical saga that has dragged for more than half a decade.
Iran and the United States remain unable to reach an agreement on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—and analysts believe Iran's continued clandestine oil sales mean a JCPOA deal would only have a muted oil market effect.
Caught between fossil fuels and electrification, automakers find themselves at a crossroads. Public policy can guide them the right way.
New Crisis Brings New Opportunities to Advance U.S. Manufacturing and Strengthen Its Global Presence
Meeting the decarbonization demands presented by the climate crisis will require a more advanced grid, greater diversity in power and fuel sources, and a rethinking of personal mobility.
The turmoil at the OPEC+ meeting injects uncertainty into the market—and may presage the challenges ahead.
As governments announce more ambitious climate goals, interest in carbon capture and storage measures has increased. But how viable is the technology?