By Pablo Gorondi | 11/27/13 09:47 AM
The price of oil dropped below $93 a barrel Wednesday as a U.S. report on crude supplies pointed to a surprisingly high increase last week. If confirmed, it would be the 10th consecutive week of rising crude stocks.
By Arthur Herman | 11/26/13 04:44 PM
There’s been enormous furor over President Obama’s nuclear deal with the Iranians, and for good reason. Most commentators and analysts worry about whether Obama and the Europeans have given up too much on sanctions while getting too little in return. Too few have been focusing on why...
By Kelly Cohen | 11/26/13 04:20 PM
About $2 billion of work done by the Department of Energy for other agencies had little oversight, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office. The projects, known as "Work for Others," allow non-Energy Department agencies to use 17 of the agency's "unique and highly specialized...
By Michal Conger | 11/26/13 03:48 PM
Eleven federal agencies that declined to testify at a Sept. 18 hearing on their global warming spending also missed a Nov. 22 deadline to provide a congressional panel with written information about the issue. The House Committee on Energy and Commerce asked officials at 14 agencies to testify...
By Zack Colman | 11/26/13 12:09 PM
Outgoing New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he would do "anything I can" to help lawmakers committed to climate change-friendly policies get elected in 2014.
By Paul Bedard | 11/26/13 08:49 AM
This wasn't supposed to happen. Just 11 months after President Obama made the environment and climate change his top priority in the Inaugural Address, green energy firms are facing abandonment and even fines from his administration, now viewed as cozying up to Big Oil. Two major events...
By Charlie Spiering | 11/25/13 04:33 PM
Former Democratic Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer shared a rather odd conclusion about America's treaty with Iran during his appearance Sunday on MSNBC.
By Rebecca Berg | 11/25/13 01:42 PM
Sen. Jerry Moran, executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, warned roughly 500 of the committee's top donors Monday that recent changes to the Senate's filibuster rules could hurt the economy and threaten energy and financial services sectors in particular.
11/25/13 11:33 AM
(www.theguardian.com) Overnight agreement gives countries until first quarter of 2015 to publish plans for cutting greenhouse gases from 2020
11/25/13 11:30 AM
(dailycaller.com) Montana Democrat Sen. Max Baucus’ tax reform proposal takes aim at tax benefits enjoyed by the oil and gas industry, but makes no policy recommendations on renewable energy tax subsidies. Baucus,
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