Editorial: The Bush energy plan
The energy plan proposed by the administration of US President George W. Bush succeeds mainly for what it doesn't propose.
Energy policy to dominate US political agenda this year
The first comprehensive US energy policy plan offered in years will dominate the nation's political agenda this year.
Energy policy task force recommendations
The report of the National Energy Policy Development Group, headed by US Vice-Pres. Dick Cheney and entitled, "Reliable, Affordable, and Environmentally Sound Energy for America's Future," features the following key recommendations for action.
Eight majors to put $25 billion in Saudi gas projects
In a major move to reopen its upstream sector to foreign investors, Saudi Arabia has named eight international oil and gas companies to participate in three natural gas exploration and development projects with an initial total cost estimated at $25 billion.
Watching Government: Immediate impact
Improving oil market data may not appear to be one of the burning energy issues before Congress or the White House, but maybe it should be.
Watching the World: New tanker phase-out plan
With the sinking of the Erika tanker off France in 1999 still casting a long shadow over the maritime sector, the decision by the International Maritime Organization in London last month to rubber-stamp a new global timetable to phase out all single-hull tankers within 15 years from September 2002 had few detractors.