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What's at Stake With the Ex-Im Bank?

Should the U.S. use its diplomatic muscle to sway energy policy abroad? 

Should Wall Street Care About Global Warming?

A recent push aims to use financial levers to yield green results. But will it work? 

What's Next for Oil Exports?

A recent Commerce Department decision has energy analysts speculating over the future of crude exports. 

Could the Climate Rule Come Undone?

The future of EPA regulations to curb carbon emissions from power plants may depend on the willingness of future administrations to uphold them. 

Will the House Leadership Shuffle Impact Energy Policy?

The unexpected defeat of Eric Cantor has set off a leadership shuffle in the lower chamber that could have implications for energy policy. 

Will the Climate Rule Be A Political Liability?

The administration's new regulation to curb carbon emissions from power plants could put coal country Democrats in a tight spot. 

Winners and Losers in the Climate Rule

What power sources stand to gain a leg up in energy markets once the regulations have been set in stone, and what staples of the U.S. power supply stand to suffer?

What's the Best Way to Write the Climate Rule?

  Early next month the administration will unveil the centerpiece of the president's climate action plan. How should the regulations be written?   

What's at Stake at FERC?

Senate consideration of FERC nominees used to be a relatively uneventful affair. Why did that change? 

Can Congress Ever Have a Reasonable Energy Debate?

Even noncontroversial, bipartisan energy mesaures spark conflict in the Senate. 

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What's at Stake With the Ex-Im Bank?

Should the U.S. use its diplomatic muscle to sway energy policy abroad? 

Should Wall Street Care About Global Warming?

A recent push aims to use financial levers to yield green results. But will it work? 

What's Next for Oil Exports?

A recent Commerce Department decision has energy analysts speculating over the future of crude exports. 

Could the Climate Rule Come Undone?

The future of EPA regulations to curb carbon emissions from power plants may depend on the willingness of future administrations to uphold them. 

Will the House Leadership Shuffle Impact Energy Policy?

The unexpected defeat of Eric Cantor has set off a leadership shuffle in the lower chamber that could have implications for energy policy. 

Will the Climate Rule Be A Political Liability?

The administration's new regulation to curb carbon emissions from power plants could put coal country Democrats in a tight spot. 

Winners and Losers in the Climate Rule

What power sources stand to gain a leg up in energy markets once the regulations have been set in stone, and what staples of the U.S. power supply stand to suffer?

What's the Best Way to Write the Climate Rule?

  Early next month the administration will unveil the centerpiece of the president's climate action plan. How should the regulations be written?   

What's at Stake at FERC?

Senate consideration of FERC nominees used to be a relatively uneventful affair. Why did that change? 

Can Congress Ever Have a Reasonable Energy Debate?

Even noncontroversial, bipartisan energy mesaures spark conflict in the Senate. 

Show More