Natural gas will overtake oil to become North America's "single largest energy source" this year, risk management firm says.
Oil will be toppled as North America's primary energy source... with natural gas and electrification set to reshape the region's energy future.
The Trump administration's trade war has been a major threat to oil prices, and its 25% tariff on imported steel, in particular, has started to increase costs for U.S. oil and gas producers.
Oil exports from the Texas Gulf Coast eclipsed imports for the first time earlier this year as growing U.S. oil production pours into foreign markets and the shale revolution continues to reshape the global energy industry.
Take a wild guess what country is reducing its greenhouse gas emissions the most? Canada? Britain? France? India? Germany? Japan? No, It's the United States of America. How can that be? This must be a misprint. Fake news.
Rhodium Group sees coal's demise accelerating, absent "market interventions at a grand scale."
The 18 million barrels of crude, a four-week average for the week ending July 6, was the most processed since the week of Aug. 25, 2017, when Hurricane Harvey was bearing down on the Gulf Coast.
China's threat to slap tariffs on U.S. natural gas exports is injecting uncertainty into a construction boom for the multibillion dollar facilities that ship American shale gas around the world.
Amid a trade dispute over tariffs, President Donald Trump and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker agreed last month to start talks intended to achieve "zero tariffs" and "zero subsidies" on non-automotive industrial goods.
European nations are far behind Mexico and China when it comes to receiving liquefied natural gas from the U.S., but the region is making its biggest effort to date to change that.
Vets4Energy's Leanne Wheeler appeared on radio to discuss Vets4Energy, national security, and how specific energy issues effect our national security.