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New U.S. coal consumption figures show industry’s decline

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Oil prices might finally be perking up after a long tumble

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Duke Energy CEO on the future of energy

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BP's CEO outlines the issues surrounding the oil and gas industry

by David Brancaccio and Daniel Shin Oct 1, 2018
Bob Dudley on a volatile market, trade tensions and greener alternatives.
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Are Republicans softening on carbon taxes?

by Jed Kim Sep 12, 2018
A few GOP lawmakers are bucking the party line by backing a tax on CO2 emissions.
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Fracking made the U.S. a major oil producer, but not energy independent

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