While the seemingly endless negotiations to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal - which was ended by Donald Trump in 2018 when the president reimposed heavy sanctions on Iran's economy - have gone nowhere, it appears that Iran no longer has a pressin
It's not the business of the U.S. federal government to "stockpile" anything. But as usual with government, the "emergency" and "fear" cards are used as excuses for it to stockpile oil. However, we know not only from theory, but from practical experi
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With gasoline and diesel prices at a seven year high and inflation raging, the Biden Administration's plummet in the polls continues. The lofty aspirations of those pushing a "green agenda" - with shutdowns of pipelines - is meeting the hard reality
The White House is reviewing its policy options to reduce the price of gasoline at the pump and expects to make an announcement in the next few days, the secretary of energy said in a television interview on Monday.
In late October, the market rejoiced and nat gas prices puked (even as we warned this was just the latest joke the Kremlin was playing at gullible Europe's expense) after news that Russian President Vladimir Putin had asked Gazprom to "gradually" rai
One of the biggest ironies to start this decade is the transition from fossil fuel generation to green energy has created a global energy crisis that is forcing the U.S., among many other countries, to restart coal-fired power plants...
A huge slick of oil stalked the coast Tuesday as officials frantically tried to protect ecologically sensitive shorelines and investigators probed whether a ship's anchor caused a pipe breach that sent tens of thousands of gallons of crude into the w