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Fracking could play a role in helping Republicans take back the White House.
The shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico have unexpectedly become a hotbed of activity again.
Even with Senate control in the balance, Louisiana race blurs party lines.
A lawsuit against the oil industry has launched a flurry of bickering, but no cash to fix the coastline.
As the dust settles on international climate talks held in Peru, onlookers weigh the significance of the summit.
OPEC is testing the U.S. shale boom, but how much power does it really have?
Oil prices are in a freefall, and that the math doesn't like like it will change anytime soon.
Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia now have renewable-energy standards on the books. But the fate of the laws is unclear.