Having concluded massive oil and gas deals earlier this year, Russia and China are also moving ahead to expand their nuclear energy cooperation.
Thanks to the fracking revolution in the United States, OPEC's extinction is inevitable.
The profit margins and new technology bode well for the fracking boom to continue and even to accelerate for the foreseeable future.
The delay in approving the final leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is unncessarily costing property damage and lives.
The Keystone pipeline may be irrelevant, as Canada may well approve receiving our Bakken oil through a workaround pipeline route.
With oil production from the Bakken formation in North Dakota now exceeding one million barrels a day and the Eagle Ford and Permian Basin oil fields in Texas producing more than three million barrels per day, prices for crude are dropping worldwide and pushing gasoline prices down along with them.
Three years after a nuclear power plant accident, the Japanese suffer a thyroid cancer scare manufactured by major media.
Saudi Arabia's unexpected announcement of a cut in its oil prices to its customers is likely to set off an international oil price war.
The impacts of the fracking revolution are now reaching from gas pumps to foreign affairs.
It didn’t take long for naysayers at Newsweek magazine to declare that the fracking boom is at high risk of going bust.