Trump Credits ‘Talent’ for Gasoline Drop, Suggests OPEC Monopoly
FERC's McIntyre Dies, Leaving Second Vacancy on Energy Regulator
Occidental CEO Wants to Keep Rigs Running Even After Oil's Slump
U.S. Sees Domestic Oil Production Rising Despite Lower Prices
U.S. House Passes Resolution Opposing Russian Gas Pipeline
Trump’s Pick for Energy Regulator Clears Senate By a Single Vote
Trump’s Pick for Energy Panel Clears Hurdle Despite Democrats’ Opposition
The Department of Justice is formally reviewing antitrust legislation aimed at reining in OPEC’s power over oil markets.
Trump's FERC Pick Joins Rest of Agency In Playing Down Grid Risk
40-Year-Old Renewable Energy Law's Due for a Revamp
A Saudi think tank is studying what happens to oil markets in a world without OPEC.
Democrats Regaining House Seen Raising Odds of Anti-OPEC Bill
Oil Traders Who Expect Iran Waivers Are in for a Shock: Hedgeye
Top U.S. Energy Regulator Steps Down, Citing Health Issues
U.S. Seeks to Phase In Shipping Rules, Sending Refiners Sharply Lower
Ex-Solicitor General Olson's Firm Ends Saudi ‘NOPEC’ Lobby Deal
Trump's FERC Pick Could Tip Balance in Favor of Coal Bailout
Perry downplayed the price impact of declining Iranian exports, saying other producers can offset supply losses.
FERC Chairman's Absence Coincides With Troubled Times at Agency
U.S. Energy Regulator Looks to Reassert Control Amid Criticism
Saudis Tap Ex-Solicitor General Olson to Lobby Against ‘NOPEC’