“Cooking with gas” could become a thing of the past. But it probably won’t.
The Energy Department is expected to make a big announcement tomorrow.
The International Energy Agency forecast is gloomy for Putin and company.
Strikes near the Polish border show the real possibility of escalation.
An interesting albeit dubious selection for Person of the Year.
With an eye on the trade war and the 2020 election, President Trump is increasing subsidies and mandates for corn-based ethanol.
President Trump and the Republican Senate rewarded a top Republican donor with a prized diplomatic appointment.
No, abolishing the EC would not turn farmers into serfs.
President Trump reverses a decision made by President Obama just over a year ago.
Eliminating the department would mean parceling out most of its activities to other federal agencies, a sleight of hand maneuver that might create the appearance of smaller government but would disrupt the ordinary operations of the federal government.
Canada is phasing out coal as a source of electricity production by 2030. The same thing will happen in the United States no matter how much politicians try to stop it.
Thanks largely to the fact that she has moved left on coal, Hillary Clinton seems likely to lose today’s West Virginia primary. But it will have only a minimal impact on Clinton’s quest for a delegate majority.
Representatives from 195 nations reached an agreement supposedly devoted to addressing global climate change, but it’s really more hype than anything else.
Pope Francis’s new encyclical isn’t exactly being received positively by American conservatives, because they seem to be missing the point.
In case you needed a further reason to dismiss Jerome Corsi (and some general thoughts on what Corsi represents).
The era of the electric car isn’t likely to arrive for a long time, if ever.
The world oil markets aren’t too far away from being hit by the shock of massively increased demand from China. Somehow, we’ll have to adapt.
Carbon emissions in the U.S. have declined just as use of natural gas in electricity production has increased. That’s no coincidence.
Let’s keep our eye on the ball, people.