Almost immediately after it was announced that the Colonial Pipeline had been shut down due to a "hack," Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer took the opportunity to order the shut down another pipeline that runs through her state, claiming it poses
The major East Coast pipeline is again serving all of its markets.
Hours after Virginia governor Ralth Northam declared a state of emergency, one BP gas station was caught charging extortion-level prices on Tuesday amid the lamest 'gas crisis' in recent memory caused by the Colonial Pipeline hack.
Drivers were shocked when they got to the pump at a gas station in Virginia.
The recent fuel disruptions show the danger in the government's long war on oil pipelines.
While the SE US deals with a fuel crisis, Michigan's Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has given Canada one week to cease operating a pipeline that runs through Michigan, breaking a 44-year-old treaty. This would cause propane shortages in Michigan, and fuel sho
Canada's government has backed the pipeline owner in the dispute with Michigan's governor, an ally of President Biden, complicating U.S.-Canadian relations.
A pipeline inspector calls in to The Alex Jones Show to expose how the economic collapse is 100% engineered.
Colonial Pipeline does not plan to pay the ransom demanded by hackers who have encrypted its data, according to sources familiar with the company's response on Wednesday.
The massive national transformation towards energy independence that America finally achieved in 2020, which would have shifted America First exceptionalism into overdrive, is being dismantled.
More than 1,000 gas stations in the Southeast reported running out of fuel, primarily because of what analysts say is unwarranted panic-buying among drivers, as the shutdown of a major pipeline by a gang of hackers entered its fifth day Tuesday.
Update (1828ET): The White House published a fact sheet on its response to the Colonial Pipeline hack:
Gas stations along the U.S. East Coast are beginning to run out of fuel as North America's biggest petroleum pipeline races to recover from a paralyzing cyberattack that has kept it shut for days.
The oil price crash on the back of the COVID-19 lockdowns has accelerated the coming supply crunch.
A year after the pandemic and the disagreement within OPEC+ over supply management crushed oil prices, the industry finds itself at an all-too-familiar crossroads: Will OPEC's bet that U.S. shale's "drill, baby, drill" is gone forever be righ
Environmentalists said a federal judge's ruling last week delaying the decision on whether to shut down the project during an ongoing court-ordered environmental review endangers land, water and communities.
The controversial Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project will definitely be completed this year, Viktor Zubkov, chairman of the board of directors of Russia's gas giant Gazprom, said on Friday.
Increasingly it appears that so-called "rogue states" and those under Washington's wrath and sanctions are coming together to combat US dominance across the globe.
The latest academic voodoo doll tossed at Fossil Fuels is a study claiming that the industry gets $65 billion in "implicit" subsidies in the US.
Commodity diesel prices fell Thursday by an amount seen only a handful of times since 2000.
China's been brimming with Iranian oil as critics charge Biden with "turning a blind eye"...
Despite optimism from Chinese data overnight, forecasts for lower OPEC+ output, and a weaker dollar, oil prices are tumbling this morning with WTI back below $64.50...
"Given our demand forecasts remain unchanged and above consensus, OPEC's decision is leading us to raise our Brent forecast by $5/bbl, to $75/bbl in 2Q and $80/bbl in 3Q21."
Oil sprinted out of the gate after the OPEC+ meeting started following comments from the Saudi Energy Minister who said the oil market has improved but the uncertainty surrounding the recovery has not receded, and urged "supply caution and vigilance
Oil prices surged back higher overnight after a brief dip on the API-reported surprise crude build (and massive product draws), as hopes that OPEC+ won't hike output too much prevail.
The price of fuel is beginning to rise and the dramatic spike is due to continue. But the real reasons why are not the ones being reported by the MSM.