Clean energy spending must rise from $150 billion in 2020 to $1 trillion annually by 2030 for emerging economies to reach net-zero emissions by mid-century.
The Biden administration's endorsement of the Vineyard Wind project might jump start the American wind energy sector.
The brutal cold snap in Texas overwhelmed the state's ill-prepared electricity grid, severely impacting energy production.
The long list of executive orders signed by President Biden represent a significant shift in policy from his predecessor—and a recognition it has little time to waste.
All three countries in NAFTA do not want to see new barriers erected that could impede the growing trade in oil and gas. There is a great deal of momentum to successfully conclude a new trade deal, although sticking points – largely unrelated to energy – remain.
The practical, legal, and moral hurdles involved in Trump's promise to "take the oil" then and now make his campaign promise laughable.
Cheap debt—the instrument that enabled the tight oil boom to take place to begin with—is now its greatest vulnerability. An expert panel discussed the various financial instruments being used to manage and restructure the long shadow of debt over the industry.
Fracking and fuel economy standards have improved U.S. energy security, but the campaign dialogue has missed important energy policy challenges as consumers are complacent with low oil prices.
The companies that succeed will do what smart new startups have always done: Focus on delighting customers and disrupting markets using creative combinations of technology, software, and business models.
A new mobility future has never been closer at hand. What will it take to create a transportation system that is stable, diverse, reliable, and connected like never before?