Fewer OPEC Barrels Are Reaching U.S. Shores Amid Supply Cuts
Cruz Calls for Easing Renewable-Fuel Rules to Save Refiner Jobs
Rick Perry Is Said to Be Weighing Another Way to Save Coal Units
Batteries Can Now Compete Against Generators in Power Markets
U.S. Oil Reserve Would Fall Nearly in Half Under Budget Deal
U.S. Crude Output to Jump Above 11M B/D Sooner Than Expected
U.S. Reaches Oil-Output Milestone Months Earlier Than Expected
Top U.S. Energy Regulator Will Ensure Utilities Pass on Tax Cut
After Washington Snub, Best Bet for Coal Bailout Is in Rust Belt
Trump’s plan to bail out America’s coal country has failed.
OPEC’s bets on rising prices for West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude reached record levels in December.
Libya’s production dropped to 950,000 barrels a day on Wednesday, a person directly involved in the matter said.
Oil’s revival from the biggest crash in a generation persisted.
The agency proposed many changes including scrapping a rule to certify safety devices are functioning properly.
Trump Appointee Who Wanted to Help Coal Gets Coal for Christmas
Trump's Plan to Bail Out Coal May Be Unraveling Under New Chief
Trump's Coal Man Is Racing Against the Clock to Bail Out Plants
How Trump's Coal Aid Plan Will Raise Power Bills: QuickTake Q&A
The OPEC buzz has once again sent Brent crude surging, but hedge funds are playing it cool.
Oil Trades Near Highest in More Than Two Years Before OPEC Meets
U.S. Energy Regulator Lays Out Plan to Keep At-Risk Coal Online