Gas stoves emit potentially harmful pollutants, but utilities and their trade group avoided regulation with tactics perfected by the tobacco industry to cast doubt on science showing health problems.
Climate-warming greenhouse gasses from natural gas could be as damaging as those from coal, according to a new analysis.
Electricity bills for Georgia Power Co. customers will be going up 12% beginning in June. Georgia's elected public service commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved the boost to make up for the higher cost of fuel.
Georgia Power Co. bills could go up another 17% in June to cover the higher costs of natural gas and coal. The unit of Atlanta-based Southern Co. told regulators Tuesday that it needs to collect billions more to pay for the fuel it burns to generate electricity for its 2.7 million customers.
An interview with a federal safety regulator quickly became fodder for outrage, viral social media content and political fundraising.
Germans are on a mission to transform their energy economy and reduce their consumption, including by — apparently — using lots of candles.
Duralex glassware maker is just one company that's suspended operations over spiking energy costs after a cutoff of Russian natural gas.
World leaders are discussing how to get climate change under control, but new reports show the post-pandemic rebound and war in Ukraine are driving emissions even higher.
Royalties on oil and natural gas, along with lease payments on millions of acres of land, are helping the University of Texas, which is in second place, narrow the gap with Harvard.
The weakening economy around the world will drive down demand for oil in the coming months, according to OPEC, while the U.S. government warns that households will pay more for heat this winter.
Natural gas prices are soaring in the U.S. and around the world — and they're expected to keep climbing through the winter.
The dollar has continued to strengthen against the euro, and for the first time in decades, the two currencies are worth about the same.
It was seen as a way for Russia to prop up its currency and retaliate for Western sanctions, but it could cause global energy prices to spike. One analyst sees it as a warning to the rest of Europe.
The governments of the two European countries said Russian energy giant Gazprom informed them it was halting gas supplies starting Wednesday.
The Russian ruble lost nearly half its value when Russia invaded Ukraine. Since then, it has been the top-performing currency in the world.