Guyana is in a unique position as the world's newest major oil producer. Other oil- and gas-dependent producers are contemplating the threat posed by the energy transition to their economy. How does it avoid the oil curse?
With the onslaught of new electric vehicles prepared to hit the market, there will be a corresponding need to build out electric charging stations. If it can be done, it will alter the course of car buying.
Williams Co. has decided to pull the plug on its Constitution Pipeline -- a natural gas pipeline that feeds into New York State. In light of other legal battles, it is raising questions about the future of natural gas.
Six Arab countries are urging the U.N. Security Council to exercise "maximum efforts" to persuade Yemen's Houthi Shiite rebels to allow the United Nations to inspect a tanker containing over one million barrels of oil moored in the Red Sea
Brad Buss, CFO at SolarCity Corporation, a subsidiary of Tesla Inc., said in an interview with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics that a CFO's reputation is so important that "once it's tarnished, you're unemployable."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cancelled a scheduled trip to the Caribbean Sunday amid harsh backlash over his government's handling of major blockades on railways across British Columbia, Ontario and other parts of the country in response to a $5 billion pipeline project.