oil and gas

The administration's offshore drilling plan proposes no more than three lease sales over the next five years — the smallest number in the leasing program's history.
Fifteen years after Sarah Palin popularized "drill, baby, drill," the three-word slogan maintains its appeal despite catastrophic climate change.
Environmentalists had mixed reactions to the proposal, with some calling it an inadequate step in the face of looming climate disaster.
The Saudi cut of 1 million barrels per day, to start in July, comes as the other OPEC+ producers agreed in a meeting in Vienna to extend earlier production cuts through next year.
Russian authorities have rejected a price cap on the country’s oil set by Ukraine’s Western supporters and are threatening to stop supplying the nations that endorsed it.
Rail is never oil producers’ first choice, but a new transcontinental line could become the most attractive backup option when pipelines fail.
Democrats' likely last chance to pass meaningful legislation to address the crisis just went up in smoke. Everyone will pay the price.
Some lawmakers in the president's party are resistant to the idea of temporarily suspending the 18-cent federal gas tax to help alleviate pain at the pump.
Trump says the U.S. should not have been buying Russian oil, but imports increased 39% during his four years, after dropping 22% over Obama’s two terms.
Loopholes in U.S. law allow oil and gas companies to evade labor and environmental regulations and avoid compensating injured workers.