The oil cartel vowed to add 1 million barrels a day to markets. It won’t add quite that much.
The decision would test already fraught relations with Germany, other allies.
Merkel now talks of protecting Ukraine’s interests as Russia’s $12 billion gas pipeline seeks to bypass Kiev.
U.S. coal exports have exploded. Can that continue?
The Northern Sea Route might not be the next Suez Canal, but it’s at the heart of Moscow and Beijing’s play for the high north.
The Eastern Mediterranean energy patch is hot — unfortunately, in more ways than one.
Could a new oil futures contract mark a seismic shift in Beijing’s efforts to globalize its currency?
The “mere threat of a cutoff gives Russia political leverage” over Europe.
By lending support to the Three Seas Initiative, Trump wades into a complicated European fight over energy, access, and who calls the shots.
The committee charged with protecting national security from risky foreign investments is understaffed and besieged by a surge in cases.
Seventy years after George Marshall’s famous speech built the modern foundation of the transatlantic alliance, Donald Trump seems determined to tear it apart.
The U.S. energy boom means America imports less oil — but is selling emergency stocks a good idea?