Energy Economy

The Dallas Fed's final survey of oil and gas industry executives indicates that the oil patch is recovering from the downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The outlook for next year remains...
Nine states will have gasoline prices below $2 per gallon between December 23 and January 3, as 81 million Americans hit the roads.
Gasoline prices dipped by almost three cents a gallon last week, and the current national average price of a gallon of regular gas is $2.12.
London-based oil giant BP reported a surprise profit in the third quarter. It may have been tiny, but the company has committed itself to continue paying a rich dividend yield even during the...
These 17 states have average prices for regular gasoline of less than $2 per gallon.
The International Energy Agency's 2020 World Energy Outlook highlights the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on energy markets and the estimated demand for oil going forward.
In its quarterly energy survey, the Dallas Fed notes that the pace of decline in the region's oil business has moderated but remains negative.
A reported agreement that would get Libyan oil flowing into the export market has sent crude prices tumbling Monday morning.
The Business Roundtable has released a new statement on principles and policies to address climate-change, including a recommendation for setting a price on carbon.
The International Energy Agency on Tuesday issued its oil market report for September. The short version is that demand is expected to decline further and so are crude prices.
Increasing oil production among OPEC+ partners and in the United States is keeping a lid on crude prices and new estimates do not see an end to the oil market glut until late next year or early 2022.
WTI crude oil has dropped nearly 9% early Tuesday as demand has slipped again, leaving bulging inventories and a prediction for continued low prices.
A new quantitative study of renewable energy generation indicates that the outlook for renewables may not be as rosy as it seems.
The International Energy Agency in its August oil market report said that demand in 2021 would rise more slowly than it had previously expected.
The International Energy Agency now forecasts a demand decline of nearly 8 million barrels a day in 2020, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.