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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.
Making pledges is the easy part. Will the president have the tools he needs to carry out his promises?
A Republican-controlled Senate is sure to pass legislation approving the project next year.
A Republican majority in the upper chamber could result in the passage of a wave of energy policy.
Environmentalists hope that if oil prices continue to drop and Keystone XL remains in limbo, oil sands development will slow.
As the divestment movement grows, is the movement achieving its aims?
A recent downward trend in oil prices is being felt differently across the globe.
Russian oil production is up despite U.S. sanctions.