Why Americans need to be more grateful to Canada.
How the North Sea fields are fueling the hopes of Scottish separatists.
Environmentalists picked the wrong battle in opposing the Keystone XL project.
In Iraq's turbulent politics, whoever controls the oil production wields the power. And that might soon be ExxonMobil.
Don't let the Russian economy fool you: It's still all about oil.
Widely assumed to be a fabulously wealthy welfare state, Saudi Arabia is in fact an economic basket case waiting to happen.
From Alberta to the Brazilian Coast, a tour of the new American oil frontier that could eclipse the Middle East.
The 21st century's defining battleground is going to be on water.
The world is building a low-carbon global economy -- with or without the United States.
They may be cheering for democracy, but for most countries affected by the Arab Spring the economic news will have them crying.
The brutal means that the Sudanese president has used to keep his country together have instead blown it apart in the most chaotic way possible.
Tim Pawlenty has the Reaganite foreign policy talking points down, but do they add up to anything?
The world's biggest energy companies have bigger problems than Congress and are adrift in a marketplace they don't understand.
Can Big Oil figure out the climate-friendly future of energy? Does it actually want to?
How the free market shaped the new geopolitics of the oil industry.
Since 2007, U.S. officials have been investigating the rampant corruption of Equatorial Guinea's dangerously debauched president-in-waiting. They haven't gotten far.
International intervention is the right move -- and not just for humanitarian reasons.
Contrary to what you might have heard, the kingdom is hardly ripe for revolution.
Pundits and politicians are promoting all kinds of dangerous ideas for taking down Qaddafi. Here are five rules Obama should consider before plunging in blindly.