energy

Here is a look at six companies that transport energy products and pay extraordinary dividends to shareholders.
At least two things have happened to affect the ability of people to pay their energy bills in America. Millions of people are still out of work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this was...
The U.S. Department of Energy has completed the sale of 10.1 million barrels of crude oil from the country's Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Here's what that means.
Some of the world's largest oil traders are beefing up their technology chops, hiring more data scientists to help them garner insights into price movements from the masses of available data. One oil...
First Solar's poor quarterly results are dragging down its peers as well. The same thing happened when SunPower announced it was splitting into two pieces. The company's stock recovered. Will First...
The International Energy Agency reported Thursday that global CO2 emissions in 2019 were flat with emissions in 2018, ending a two-year streak of rising emissions. The bad news is that the level is...
Greenhouse gas emissions declined year over year in 2019, due almost entirely to a sharp decline in the use of coal to generate electricity.
Electricity usage by artificial intelligence and machine learning programs racks up stunning large carbon dioxide emissions according to new research.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose by 81 billion cubic feet last week, slightly less than analysts had expected. The weather outlook for the coming week is for demand to remain high.
In 2017, 18% of all electricity generation in the U.S. came from renewable sources, double their contribution of just 10 years ago and nearly equal to generation from nuclear power.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a short-term spending bill to keep the government from shut down, a new cyberattack method threatens factory operations, and other important headlines.
The U.S. land rig count jumped by 15 this week. The increases to both oil and gas drilling are a result of recent price increases that are finally moving producers to increase spending on drilling.
Will an ability to extract rare earths from coal and various coal products, byproducts and waste really reduce U.S. dependence on foreign supplies of rare earths and strengthen U.S. energy and...
Advances in lighting technology are increasing light usage around the world. We're losing our night.
A new study points out the economic benefits to U.S. investors, consumers, and the nation's entire economy of transitioning away from coal to natural gas and other environmentally cleaner fuels for...