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Energy Subsidies
FERC Foils Perry’s Plan to Coddle Coal

The Trump administration’s plan to help struggling coal producers hit a major roadblock this week.

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Arctic Ambitions
Russia Jumps Into LNG With Chinese Money

Moscow defied Western sanctions by opening up an LNG export terminal on schedule and within budget.

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News Analysis
The (Near) Future of Oil Lies in Moscow’s Hands

Russia holds all the leverage in talks to extend petrostate production cuts.

Counting Carbon
America’s Emissions Are Still Declining Under Trump

The EIA projects US energy-related greenhouse gas emissions will continue to fall this year.

Climate Solutions
Burying Carbon in Iceland

A Swiss company is attempting to capture CO2 from the air and turn it into stone.

Pricing Carbon
Can Europe Reform its Carbon Market?

The system needs a fix, but national politics could get in the way.

Stumbling Shale
Fracking Fails in Scotland

The country extended a moratorium on shale drilling “indefinitely.”

Pricing Reliability
Rick Perry Wants to Subsidize Coal and Nuclear

This just became the biggest energy story in the United States.

Future Energy
Is Coal Done Growing in China?

Air quality concerns are putting a limit on coal’s potential to grow in its most important market: China.

Rising Sun
Subsidy-Free Solar?

What a new UK solar farm means for the global solar industry:

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