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Saudis are trying to prop up oil prices by lashing out at short sellers
And if it doesn't work, they'll cut production.
Oil tanker costs climb as Russia ties up system with longer routes
The cost to ship fuel has more than doubled since February.
Home heating oil prices have dropped from record highs
A milder winter is one reason why. But it's still a significant expense, and applications for assistance are up.
Red Texas is flush, blue California has a deficit, but it's more about economics than politics
Fewer tech millionaires were minted in 2022, hurting California's bottom line, while in Texas, the oil and gas industry boomed.
Big oil had one of its biggest years ever in 2022
Both Exxon Mobil and Chevron reported their most profitable quarters of all time during the calendar year. Sustaining that growth is more complicated.
In the West Texas oil patch, a boom in drilling has led to a growing number of earthquakes
After multiple near-record Texas earthquakes, oil and gas regulators say they’re stepping up efforts to reduce quakes triggered by industry activity.
Wastewater workers wish for a fatberg-free holiday
Our sewers work overtime at this time of year.
After a year of drawdowns, the Biden administration moves to replenish the Strategic Petroleum Reserve
Analysts say the SPR is increasingly being used not just to cushion against oil price shocks, but to support prices.
Germany warned about the danger of becoming economically dependent on China
After its over-reliance on the Kremlin for its energy, is Germany making the same mistake with Beijing?
U.S. oil reserve tumbles to lowest level in 4 decades
Biden authorized the release of crude from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to boost supply and ease gas prices after Russia invaded Ukraine.