Investors press for disclosure of tar sands' climate risk
Environmentalists target oil sands investors
Weak oil and debt markets may bedevil oil sands plans
Hurricane Ike -'Within the current NHC storm path lies about 5 million bpd of US petroleum refining capacity'
An urban legend to comfort America: oil is oil, even if it is not oil
Energy vision 2050
Zac Goldsmith on PO
Hamish McRae: Cheap oil is not in our interest
NASA study shows how PO could impact climate
'Smart water' may boost oil production
Oil crisis hiding in plain sight; pump prices and crude still way ahead of year ago levels
Charlie Maxwell to Barron's: $300 oil is inevitable
An urban legend to comfort America: demand for oil creates new supply
Soros: The perilous price of oil
Oil sands visit was not a shopping trip, says Buffett
Buffett, Gates, mutant fish frame oil sands debate
Mutated fish alarms delegates at northern Alberta water gathering
A New World Order?
Oman turns to coal for power
Carbon sequestration frustration
Oil shale stuck between rock and wild place
Gulf Oil pres.: A bipartisan fix for the oil crisis
Canadians ponder cost of rush for dirty oil
The energy vision of Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders
House hearing on global warming effects on extreme weather
Cap & trade - misplaced confidence
Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens wants to supplant oil with wind
Is it safe now to admit Jimmy Carter was right?
Oilsands image fight targets U.S. politicians
Labour's plan for dealing with high energy prices
Ex-EPA aide tells of White House censorship
In energy, there are no easy answers
Canada: Energy supplants environment as top concern
Oilsands vacation site tempts visitors with 'toxic lakes'
Korea: Oil prices prompt crisis response
Germany has world's biggest cut in energy use in 2007
Germany approves ambitious CO2 reduction measures
All OPEC can now do is raise prices by cutting production. They cannot lower prices by increasing production because they don’t have the capacity. We are in a very pure free market situation, with prices being set by supply and demand. When I look at that dynamic, I have stopped worrying about the demand side. No matter how much the US goes into recession, for any period that is important to any of us, any decline in consumption there will be offset by increased demand elsewhere – in China and India, but also in developing countries that produce their own crude oil.
Canada's tar sand El Dorado... or is it?
'I'm waiting for riots in the streets' - Britain at war over rubbish
Conservative government destroys Atlanta like Gen. Sherman never could (water)
`Demographic winter' is just overheated rhetoric