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’
U.S. Likely Became Biggest Oil Producer Earlier This Year: EIA
U.S. Offers 11 Million Barrels of Oil as Iran Sanctions Kick In
The price of crude oil have been rising due the collapse of Venezuela’s oil industry and disruptions in Libya.
EPA's New Chief to Meet California Regulator on Car Mileage Plan
Colorado Drillers Fuel Record Oil Output in Rush to Finish Wells
High Gasoline Pump Prices May Magnify Presidential Disapproval
Iran Oil Exports Can Be Cut Gradually, U.S. Says
Trump's Chances of Coal Bailout Get Better With Resignation
One Casualty of Trump's Tough Iran Stance? U.S. Pump Prices
Israel to Ease Drilling Curbs to Entice Majors to Next Auction
Top U.S. Regulators Don't Back Claim That Grid Faces Emergency
Permian Frenzy Drives U.S. Crude Exports to All-Time High
The Real Barrier to Trump's Coal Bailout? His Own Appointees
Democrats Urge Trump to `Stand Up to OPEC' Amid Rising Oil Price
Democrats Say Energy Regulator Moving Backward on Climate Change
Oil’s rise to $80 a barrel is stoking concerns that the price rally will erode demand.