The latest news on natural gas
The international, economic, environmental, and logistical barriers to the pipeline have all been lifted—it only needs Obama's approval.
With nuclear power waning, Japan needs another fuel source. Is natural gas from Alaska's North Slope the answer?
Industry leaders are split over whether the U.S. should dive head first into the natural gas exporting business.
Starting wages in the mining, oil, and gas exploration industry shot up 6 percent in 2012.
The natural gas boom in the United States could change the global energy picture — and life for the people of southwestern Pennsylvania.
Both the costs and benefits must be weighed when considering a recommendation not to export natural gas.
The energy industry should be allowed to ebb and flow with free markets, not controlled by government stimulants.
The energy industry needs less regulation so the American oil and gas industries are allowed to reach their full potential.
President Barack Obama says his energy policy is "all of the above," but it's really more like "nothing from below."
Gas prices have been high due to global uncertainty about the state of the U.S. economy, but they should go down as the dollar stabilizes.