The next head of the Senate Energy Committee has big plans for U.S. gas exports.
How the opening of Mexico's state oil monopoly could spell the end of Keystone XL.
Europe wants to replicate America's shale gas boom. Will it succeed?
Call Erich Ferrari, the lawyer who makes a living defending alleged drug kingpins and arms dealers.
...and dealing with Beijing's thirst for energy.
Yanukovych can pick Russia or the European Union. Either way, the economic reforms are coming.
The turmoil in Ukraine shows that Moscow can't always get its way by being an energy bully.
Vladimir Putin is cheering Ukraine's stiff-arm to Europe. But can Kiev also keep Russia at arm's length?
How one woman's fate is derailing Ukraine's European dream.
Does the U.S. stand a chance against Tehran, the nimble, canny free agent of nuclear negotiations?
Russia's decision to charge environmental activists with piracy sets an ominous precedent.
Cowboys Stadium uses more electricity than the entire country of Liberia. But African leaders, together with the White House and U.S. Congress, are working to end the scourge of energy poverty.
Shale is the new peak oil, and that's why Saudi Arabia still rules global energy markets.
Why the U.S. government's plan to coordinate and invest in African energy could light up the continent.
How the U.S. spent billions on a plan that increases the danger of proliferation.
Many commentators are hailing the results of the Iranian presidential election as a victory for popular choice. But that feel-good narrative misses the bigger story.
The United Nations is vowing to end extreme poverty within our lifetimes. Here's why that might actually be realistic.
Why America's natural gas boom is good news for U.S. manufacturing and bad news for China.
Just a few years ago, Gazprom had Europe eating out of its hand. But now, the energy giant -- and Putin's power base -- looks set for hard times.
Mongolia's blue skies may soon be darkening. A key challenge: Putting the mining companies in their place.
Cairo needs to tackle its subsidy addiction. And yes, it’s not going to be easy.
What message is China's new leader sending with his first overseas trip?