EPA's Landmark Power Plant Proposal Draws 2M Comments
December 03 2014 12:17 PM EST
The U.S. EPA says it is on track to finalize the rule before Obama leaves office in 2016.
Accident At Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plant: Prime Minister
December 03 2014 6:30 AM EST
The accident, in Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant, could reportedly aggravate the power crisis in the country.
Power Outage Leaves Detroit In The Dark
December 02 2014 12:23 PM EST
All public buildings in downtown Detroit are without power, forcing early school dismissals and postponement of a criminal trial.
Baghdad, Kurds Finalize Oil Export Deal
December 02 2014 12:11 PM EST
Pressure from Turkey and the threat of the Islamic State group helped bring the two parties together.
Iraqi, Kurdish Leaders Meet Over Oil Payment Dispute
December 01 2014 1:13 PM EST
There is serious money at stake: Up to 400,000 barrels of Iraqi oil remains off the market until the issue is solved.
Beyond The Mexican Cartels
December 01 2014 8:35 AM EST
Two years into Peña Nieto's term, the president's reform drive has morphed into disillusionment and protests. Investors are watching warily.
Ukraine Gets $187M Loan From EU To Upgrade Gas Pipelines
December 01 2014 7:45 AM EST
The pipeline can currently supply 142.5 billion cubic meters of gas to Europe every year.
Crude Oil Does The Limbo: How Low Can It Go?
November 30 2014 9:14 AM EST
Crude oil’s price per barrel breathtakingly plunged to $66.15 Friday from $107.95 June 20, a dizzying drop of -$41.80, or -38.72 percent.
Oil Prices Sink As OPEC Maintains Production Levels
November 28 2014 11:56 AM EST
Prices at the pump are expected to remain low as OPEC maintains its current level of production.
Obama's 'Power Africa' Off To A Dim Start
November 28 2014 3:48 AM EST
Obama's pledge to double power generation in Africa within five years looked highly ambitious from the start.
Kinder Morgan: No Extension Of Injunction Against Canadian Protesters
November 27 2014 10:34 PM EST
Kinder Morgan says it would clear its crews off a British Columbia mountain by the end of the month.
Saudis Block OPEC Output Cut, Oil Price Sinks Further
November 27 2014 12:41 PM EST
A price war would hurt top non-OPEC exporter Russia, which has clashed with Saudi Arabia over Moscow's support for Syrian President Bashar Assad.
EU Predicts Stable Gas Supply For Winter Despite Ukraine Crisis
November 27 2014 6:57 AM EST
Ukraine and Russia had signed a deal in late October to continue gas supplies through the winter as a temporary solution to a payments stand-off.
Brent Falls To 4-Year Low As OPEC Production Cut Looks Unlikely
November 27 2014 4:10 AM EST
Some fund analysts have said that oil prices could slide to $60 per barrel if OPEC does not agree to a significant output cut.
Coal-Mine Explosion Kills 11 In China's Guizhou Province
November 27 2014 2:50 AM EST
There were 589 mining-related accidents in China last year and about 1,049 people have been killed or reported missing in these incidents.
Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Sees Market 'Stabilizing Itself'
November 26 2014 5:41 AM EST
OPEC's meeting on Thursday will be one of the most crucial in recent years, with oil prices having tumbled some 30 percent since June.
North Korea, Russia To Push To Resume Six-Party Nuclear Talks
November 25 2014 6:11 AM EST
The six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program between the U.S., South Korea, China, Japan and Russia took place between 2003 and 2007.
Nepal Approves $1B India-Built Hydroelectric Plant
November 25 2014 5:52 AM EST
Indian firms are investing billions to develop Nepal's hydropower potential.
Jindal Steel Shelves $10B Project After Coal Setback
November 24 2014 5:18 AM EST
India is a big importer of crude oil that is refined to make diesel and petrol.
Oil Could Fall To $60 If OPEC Does Not Act
November 24 2014 3:24 AM EST
Fund managers are divided over whether OPEC will reach an agreement on cutting output.