2022-06-30 - Will the U.S. have enough natural gas come winter? Executive Editor-at-large Nissa Darbonne explores in her monthly column featured in Oil and Gas Investor.
2022-06-21 - Since the start of the pandemic, companies that buy solar panels for large power plants have struggled with global supply chain disruptions that have driven up costs, as well as potential U.S. tariffs on imported panels from Asia.
2022-06-28 - U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said jobs in the U.S. oil business should rise in 2022 as drillers produce more to meet demand as the pandemic eases and as Russia’s invasion removes petroleum from global markets.
2022-06-09 - With the help of Department of Energy-approved $504.4 million loan, the U.S. will finance the world's largest hydrogen storage facility in alignment with the Biden administration's goal to reduce the cost of producing clean hydrogen.
2022-05-24 - Siemens Energy, which on May 21 announced a 4.05 billion-euro (US$4.32 billion) bid for the remaining stake in wind turbine unit Siemens Gamesa, said no layoffs were planned as part of the move.