Democrats' new plan is ambitious. But experts say it also takes pains to avoid unnecessarily provoking the fossil fuel sector.
We could not get through this pandemic – or run our national or global economies – at all without energy. How do we maximize this crisis? We rebuild the economy with a different set of [...]
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At the halfway point of 2020, just 25% of stocks in the S&P 500 have posted gains.
The tightening oil market is showing positive signs for a sustained price rally, but refiners still have to work through sizable inventory stockpiles before prices can advance closer to $50 a barrel.
Expect an increase in energy consumption at your home this summer as a result of Covid-19, resulting in higher costs for Americans who are already financially strained. Cities like Philadelphia, [...]
To end an incredibly busy month, Chesapeake Energy filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection. In Daniel Markind's latest article for Forbes.com, the hope is that Chesapeake’s filing causes the [...]
Congressional Climate Crisis Action Plan Would Decarbonize U.S., Add $8 Trillion In Benefits By 2050
A newly released Congressional Climate Crisis Action Plan will hit net zero U.S. emissions and add nearly $8 trillion in cumulative health and climate benefits by 2050.
Whooping cranes could be killed by the expansion of transmission lines and industrial wind energy under the Democrats' proposed climate plan