WASHINGTON U.S. oil and gas drilling along with agricultural production worldwide are driving up global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, two new studies show.
WASHINGTON The U.S. presidential election pits a politician who plans to tie the country's economic recovery to tackling climate change against another determined to remove as many regulatory hurdles to oil, gas and coal production as possible.
WASHINGTON U.S. prosecutors filed a lawsuit to seize the gasoline aboard four tankers that Iran is trying to ship to Venezuela, the latest attempt by the Trump administration to increase economic pressure on the two U.S. foes.
WASHINGTON A U.S. development agency proposed lifting restrictions that bar the financing of advanced nuclear energy projects abroad, a move the Trump administration hopes will help the industry compete with state-owned companies in China and Russia.
WASHINGTON, June 11 A U.S. development agency
proposed lifting restrictions on the financing of advanced
nuclear energy projects for export, a move the Trump
administration hopes will help the industry compete with
state-owned companies in China and Russia.
WASHINGTON U.S. senators announced a bill on Thursday expanding sanctions on Russia's Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline and targeting the project Washington says will boost Moscow's economic and political influence in Germany and other European countries.
WASHINGTON A massive Pennsylvania plastics project that President Donald Trump touted during a visit last year faces risks of oversupply and a low price outlook for the materials, a report by an institute that examines energy issues said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON, June 3 Five U.S. senators are to
announce legislation on Wednesday to expand sanctions on
Russia's Nord Stream 2, a natural gas pipeline that would
increase exports to Germany but is opposed by many in Washington
who say it would tighten Moscow's political and economic grip on
WASHINGTON The Trump administration believes ahead of an expected OPEC+ meeting this week that major oil producers such as Saudi Arabia and Russia will honor their pledges to cut crude production and will not damage the global economy by changing course, a senior official said on Tuesday.