The U.S. Energy Information Administration's Short-Term Energy Outlook report hints that global warming is raising U.S. spending on electricity, particularly in the Northeast. Big utilities like PSEG could benefit.
Energy startups now face a wide array of new business obstacles their predecessors didn't have to navigate. This may ultimately affect valuations like never before.
There is a growing movement to reduce man-made carbon, something that may cause environmentalists to rethink the potential for this energy source.
A growing campaign by students to have coal and oil stocks drop from university investments runs counter to efforts to expand public-private energy research at universities.
Shares of fuel-cell company Plug Power have been on a freefall but is there potential for a rebound in this name ahead of earnings?
The mild 2014 hurricane season forecast should give refinery investors pause as inventories are high and expected peak summer driving is down.
Increased fears of climate change and the need for clean, sustainable sources of power are making this energy resource hard to overlook.
Raising dividends at the cost of capex may be a major disservice to energy investors.
Utility operator's nearly $7 billion move for Pepco Holdings may have topped headlines this morning, but the real news may be how this energy deal creates a race to embrace change among rivals.
Sanctions by the U.S. against Russia are increasing and that may have a big impact on Exxon Mobil and its upcoming production guidance.