The latest news on OPEC
What T. Boone Pickens gets right and wrong about the future of oil markets.
High costs, sparse fueling stations stand in the way of greater consumer adoption of natural gas cars.
An unexpected drop in demand is leading to lower prices at the pump.
America is the great inheritor of all the good that came before it.
Eliminating OPEC's control over oil prices would reduce the cost of oil and the influence of oil-rich Middle Eastern countries.
The Department of Energy's Annual Energy Outlook doesn't contain much useful information for predicting oil and gas prices.
The United States will not be able to offset the rise in foreign demand for oil; it must adapt instead.
British forces could move into the Strait of Hormuz as Iran shrugs off Europe's oil embargo
Donald Trump says the president “kisses everybody’s ass.”
A look at the OPEC countries with the five highest oil revenues per capita January to March 2009.