With dropping oil prices and extended negotiations, Iran's hopes of using oil exports to power economic recovery look doubtful.
After months of acrimony, Baghdad and Erbil are taking steps to sort out the oil-fueled dispute that threatened to tear Iraq to pieces.
In the end, congressional efforts to force approval of the long-delayed pipeline came up just short. That doesn't mean the battle for Keystone is over -- or that Obama is off the hook just yet.
The United States and its allies are ramping up efforts to strangle the terrorist group's main source of income, though it's still unclear just how much oil the Islamic State pumps and sells.
Obama called the agreement "historic." Chinese state media yawned.
Libya's crude production is again imperiled, but an oversupplied market doesn't seem to mind.
Moscow and Beijing shake hands on another mammoth energy deal that could ease Russia's isolation, power China, and bring the two closer together.
A key NATO ally is cozying up to the Russian dictator and trying to help him build a $70 billion pipeline to extend his reach into the heart of the EU.
The showdown between Cyprus and Turkey is a reminder that energy can fuel tensions rather than lubricating better relations.
Ukraine and Russia have settled their natural gas dispute -- for now. But that doesn't mean the wider conflict is anywhere near resolved.
The industrial engine of Europe is increasingly powered by backyard windmills and locally owned solar panels. And this complex, patchwork system just might be the future of sustainable energy.
With the Keystone pipeline still in limbo, TransCanada gets the ball rolling on Plan B -- shipping tar-sands oil to Canada's eastern coast.
The small Baltic nation just took a giant step to counter Russia's energy bullying.
The green-eyeshades crew is taking the lead in trying to choke off the illicit millions that fund the terrorist group. But the Islamic State's own overreach may cost it more than sanctions.
Newly released documents show the NSA chief was investing his money in commodities so obscure that most financial pros stay away.
Countries from Australia to Tanzania have scrambled to start exporting liquefied natural gas. Who's going to buy it all?
Oil prices have fallen sharply. But that doesn't mean that oil is cheap -- and it doesn't spell doom for everybody.
Researchers at Lockheed Martin's famous Skunk Works say they have a breakthrough concept that could bring the world clean, safe fusion energy sooner than anybody thought.
East African countries see oil and gas as a road to economic salvation. But are they too late to catch the boom?
Argentina is playing nice with foreign investors to get its energy house in order. Haven't we heard this tune before?
Foreign Policy sat down with the leaders of Ukraine's Naftogaz to talk Russia, Europe, energy, and the coming winter.
Airstrikes seem to have mauled a portion of ISIS's oil operations. That could hamstring its finances -- and its war machine.
Yes, crude oil is still in headlong retreat from its summertime peak. But that doesn't mean that all petrostates are trembling.
Canada scores first in the clean-coal game. But it will be a tough and expensive act to follow.
Why the U.S.-Indian partnership is at the heart of America's future in Asia.
Europe brings Russia and Ukraine closer to a natural gas deal that could avert a nasty winter -- if Russian energy brinkmanship is really over.
China's bad behavior is pushing Washington and Hanoi closer together. Next up: Arms sales?
The latest round of airstrikes targeted one vulnerable part of the terror group's illicit empire. But that doesn't mean ISIS oil fields will be bombed next.