The energy industry is emphasizing the controversial technique over traditional drilling, partly for its shorter timetable.
There’s been a hiring uptick, but "we're only about halfway" to pre-COVID employment numbers, the author of the IEEFA report says.
As sanctions take their toll and Russia's leader writes off Western markets, analysts count the costs for the nation's people and businesses.
A barrel of crude topped $130 last week and now sells for less than $100. Gas prices follow oil quickly on the way up, slowly on the way down.
Brent crude rose above $113 a barrel Wednesday — the highest level in eight years.
Methane leaks are notoriously hard to measure, but a new study indicates that specific regulations can go far in reducing emissions.
Even after the weather starts improving, this crisis' effects are likely to linger and be felt far beyond the Lone Star State.
What will Biden's order mean for the energy industry and the effort to halt climate change?
It outperformed San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles.