Give shale the credit it’s due this holiday weekend.
The rig count is approaching a two-year high.
Shale keeps saving folks money at the pump.
We’re growing greener, and it’s all thanks to fracking.
And though it has since flagged, there’s reason for renewed optimism.
American oil production just saw its first big increase since April 2015.
The savings will be particularly welcome in poorer households.
Planned coal plants have fallen 14 percent in 2016, thanks largely to cheaper, cleaner alternatives like natural gas.
Falling oil prices will help American drivers save 27 cents per gallon at the pump this holiday weekend.
Natural gas is going to produce a record amount of electricity in 2016, according to the EIA.
A U.K. death panel has forced parents to abandon hope for their baby’s life.
A Chinese spokesperson called for an end to joint drilling operations between Spain’s Repsol and Vietnam.
Chinese consumers have more money than ever, and they still want to buy more real estate.
The industry is hurting from equipment and personnel shortages.
Israel removes metal detectors from the Temple Mount in an effort to de-escalate the crisis.
International and global governance organizations are prime targets for kleptocracy and graft.