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Sixty years to the day after Buddy Holly’s first official recording session took place, and “Blue Days, Black Nights” have become a common occurrence for the crude complex of late. Prices are bucking that trend for now, however, and we are seeing a morning in the green. Last night was certainly dark times for the […]
Exxon Mobil Corp. believes the world’s energy demand will grow 25 percent by 2040 and that a third of its fuel will come from oil, even as natural gas outpaces coal to become the world’s No. 2 resource.
The plan has been challenged by more than two dozen mostly Republican-led states and allied business and industry groups tied to fossil fuels.
Cheney said the U.S. should get more involved with energy diplomacy to weaken its enemies
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Friday that companies can continue to mine coal reserves already under lease.
An administration official says companies will continue to be able to mine the coal reserves already under lease.
Nevada recorded the most fatalities with four, followed by three deaths in Pennsylvania.
The head of the oil industry’s top lobbying group says the U.S. is an emerging global energy powerhouse, and can can grow even stronger if the federal government imposes fewer regulations.
The United Mine Workers of America said Thursday that 532 of the planned layoffs would occur at five Murray mines in northern West Virginia. About 82 to 125 miners would lose jobs at each mine.
“We will not sell coal for a loss and crash our company like so many others have,” a company executive said.