Editorial: Taxes and trade sanctions
A country can make constructive use of some assaults on its sovereignty.
Investment incentive concerns overlooked in peak-oil debate
Oil supply is as much about money as it is about geology, technology, and politics.
Saudis refute claims of oil field production declines
Saudi Aramco late last month said it is well-positioned to remain the world's leading oil supplier now and far into the future.
Iraq's oil exports rise via northern, southern pipelines
Iraq has begun to increase its potential to export crude oil, with the long-awaited delivery of oil now under way via the country's northern pipeline system along with new and expanded transport facilities serving the country's southern fields.
CERI: Offshore access in North America still major deterrent for gas producers
Restrictions on exploration access to offshore areas to increase North American natural gas reserves is a major and continuing obstacle, says a senior energy consultant and analyst.
CERI: Industry still struggling to meet gas demand
The North American natural gas industry is pushing ahead with plans for new supply sources but is currently struggling to meet steadily rising demand.
Industry panel warns of possible US gas supply crisis
The future near and midterm supply of US and Canadian natural gas came under close scrutiny during a panel discussion by industry participants Feb. 20 at the second annual Energy Finance Conference.
Worldwide gas supplies to double by 2025, analyst says
Worldwide production of natural gas, currently at 2.6 trillion cu m/year (tcm/year), is expected to rise to 4.755 tcm/year by 2025, an average increase of 2.75%/year.
Study: Brazil must further restructure its energy sector
Brazil's energy sector needs further restructuring to meet its domestic oil needs, said Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy in a recent study.
Watching Government - Conserving energy
Spring races forward. And as the weather warms, US presidential election rhetoric promises to heat up, too.