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Latest Energy Items
The war on jobs and affordable energy is real and continues to pick up steam with a swarm of new regulations coming out of President Obama's Environmental Protection Agency contributing to more mine closures and plant shutdowns across the country.
A top White House adviser received clear notice that solar panel maker Solyndra Inc. faced a "severe liquidity crisis" even before a controversial restructuring allowing investors to recoup money from the now-bankrupt company before taxpayers, documents released Thursday show.
A video from a Colorado coal town brought the Mitt Romney campaign to the community Tuesday, where he touted his pro-development energy strategy and blasted President Obama for tying the hands of the energy sector.
The $1 trillion budget bill before Congress includes a provision that would resurrect the Keystone XL pipeline, but don't expect its passage to open a flood of black gold and wash away Uncle Sam's infatuation with all things green. Even as the scientific validation of global-warming theory crumbles, adherents in Washington have dragooned the U.S. military into leading the charge toward renewable energy.
Qatar on Sunday ruled out any "dramatic" action by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to control prices, insisting that production and supplies were at healthy levels.
After January's swearing-in ceremonies, Congress will confront hostile Washington weather and
NEW YORK (Bloomberg) — Energy and financial shares yesterday rallied on prospects for higher earnings, carrying the stock market mostly higher for a second consecutive day.