Many executives likely have pondered how they would have done things differently if they could have foreseen the emergence of US shale gas developments and especially if they could have envisioned that scenario years before their competitors.
Americans curious about the costs of misguided energy policy should watch Europe, where governments aggressively promote energy from the sun, wind, and biomaterial.
The US is in a better oil and gas position now than it was 40 years ago when Arab oil producers cut off shipments in response to US support of Israel soon after the Yom Kippur War began, former US Defense and Energy Sec. James Schlesinger said.
A proposal for hydrocarbon revenue by Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto provides a hint about a possible structure for oil and gas investment by outsiders in Mexico, says a legal update by the law firm Mayer Brown.
The 40-year anniversary of the 1973 Arab oil embargo's beginning has made many energy community members consider progress that has made in the time since—and how many underlying problems remain unsolved.
The US Senate approved legislation authorizing the US Department of Interior to implement terms of the Gulf of Mexico transboundary agreement with Mexico on Oct. 12.
Three major US business organizations sent a letter to US President Barack Obama urging him to approve the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline's cross-border permit. The Oct. 9 letter was signed by 168 business leaders.
Finding innovative ways to increase pipeline access to new tight gas deposits, further improving pipeline safety and integrity, and working to advance gas and electric integration will be three of the top 2013-14 priorities for US interstate natural gas pipeline operators, the incoming chairman of their national trade association said on Oct. 9.
A dramatically improved oil and gas supply position brought about by technological breakthroughs puts the US in a position to do more than make North America energy independent, experts said during an Oct. 9 launch of a major new book at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Innovation will sustain the North American boom in natural gas production from unconventional resources despite an extended period of low prices.
The US Supreme Court agreed to review the US Environmental Protection Agency's approach to regulating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from refineries and other stationary sources.
A strategy that established renewable energy targets did not keep Australia from becoming as polarized—and paralyzed—as the US in the energy and climate-change debate, the director of the University of Queensland's Energy Initiative told a Washington, DC, audience.
A country eager to develop renewable energy can accommodate ambition to economics without abandoning its environmental principles. Sometimes, suggests a study by IHS, moderation is enough.