The White House wants to slash greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. But asking the OPEC+ cartel to pump more oil seems to undercut those aspirations.
While U.S. shale has recovered from a brutal 2020, it remains to be seen how long it will stick to its "capital discipline" mantra.
Exxon's board reshuffle has sent shockwaves through oil companies, as a new era of corporate scrutiny beckons.
Drilling returns to the shale patch as oil prices rise, but it remains to be seen if this activity will result in production.
U.S. oil production remains far below pre-pandemic levels, but methane emissions from the Permian basin are back at pre-Covid highs.
The gap between renewable and fossil fuel investments is closing, as the post-Paris Agreement performance of those fossil fuel investments falters.
As oil prices rise, the shale industry assures investors it has learned its lessons.
A cold snap has pushed up natural gas prices, but analysts thing slightly higher prices are here to stay.
As oil prices creep up, drillers' instincts for aggressive growth will clash with investor calls for restraint.
New COVID-19 restrictions in major economies and a new coronavirus variant raises serious oil market concerns about the next few months.