The Biden administration surprised many last week in granting a sanctions waiver to the company building the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia to Germany.
The move allows work to continue on the almost-finished project, despite long-standing US opposition on the grounds that it will increase Germany's dependence on Russian gas supplies.
We spoke with US Senator Kevin Cramer, Republican-North Dakota, who introduced a bill to reinstate the Nord Stream 2 sanctions.
The pipeline is expected to be completed this summer, possibly before the next State Department report is due to Congress in mid-August.
Cramer also gives his outlook for North Dakota oil production, the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Interior Department’s leasing ban.
Many of the key moments in the oil markets still echo today and are useful in looking at the challenges ahead for producers, consumers and markets during the energy transition away from fossil fuels.
We spoke with Adi Imsirovic, a senior research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies...
The US Department of Energy’s newly rebranded Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management aims to fund the research and technology deployment that will help the US reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
We spoke with Acting Assistant Secretary Jennifer Wilcox, head of the office and a carbon...
Silos within the energy industry are coming down as companies confront the need to dramatically cut carbon emissions.
The so-called energy convergence is the idea that companies, policy makers and regulators need to be more collaborative across the energy spectrum.
Joe Brettell is a partner for...