Energy Union was struck a blow by the Brexit, but it can still bounce back.
The vilification of oil is bad for perception but good for business for the largest oil companies.
Donald Trump’s energy plan is a practical job creator that will work for the United States and the global economy.
Divergent views on climate change won’t just impact US policy on the international stage; they also have the power to make or break the US fossil fuel and renewables industries.
Just as OPEC lost control over global oil production with increased production, technology, and innovation from the US in 2011, Saudi Arabia stands to lose its control over OPEC as Iran’s oil & gas industry opens up to foreign investment.
If the global economy takes a hard turn towards renewables in the decades to come, some countries will benefit more than others.
Technology is determining the winners and losers of the global oil industry.
The reprieve was short-lived; wildfire is once again threatening key facilities around Canada’s Fort McMurray.
The Kremlin is expanding its global nuclear footprint via Rosatom, Russia’s state-owned nuclear corporation.
Despite developments that suggest otherwise, energy markets and geopolitics are still connected in a big way.