With the aid of workers, technology and cash from the oil and gas industry, new companies offer a glimpse of a post-fossil fuels future.
Pipeline opponents across the U.S. have taken to emphasizing the projects' impacts on private property rights.
Inflation at the pump is in the pipeline for August. It would likely show up right before the Fed’s September interest rate meeting.
IEA advises investing in facilities to reduce the potent greenhouse gas. The U.S. government is already funding such programs.
The law aims for transparency in a state known for high gasoline prices.
High gas prices threaten food security as well as people's ability to keep the lights on and protect themselves from the cold.
Companies have to evaluate their prospects, then come up with a budget and manage crew and equipment logistics.
The idea is drawing attention, but analysts disagree on whether White House pressure on the industry would work.
Still, many people told Gallup that they believe higher gas prices are temporary.
The war in Ukraine is forcing the U.S. to reconsider its dependence on oil.