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Russian economy paying a price for the incursion into Crimea?

Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson on tensions with Russia.

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  1. Former U.S. Energy Secretary on exporting natural gas

    Former U.S. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham says we are moving in the right direction towards exporting natural gas.

  2. Prairie chicken holding up energy expansion in five states?

    Author Bill White weighs in on the energy industry and expansion in the U.S., the budget and government.

  3. Russia-Ukraine crisis speeding up DC push for U.S. natural gas exports?

    FBN’s Peter Barnes on the political push to export U.S. natural gas.

  4. Energy Dept. OKs Nat Gas Export Project

    The U.S. Department of Energy announced on Monday the approval of a seventh application to export natural gas, the agency saying it will continue to evaluate more pr...

  5. T. Boone Pickens: Russia will use gas and oil as weapons of war

    BP Capital CEO T. Boone Pickens weighs in on the impact to oil and gas from the Ukraine crisis.

  6. Obama Orders Higher Fuel Standards for Trucks

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday directed federal agencies to develop higher fuel standards for medium-sized and heavy trucks, another step in his efforts to slash ...

  7. Amprius Looks to Power Up Smartphones, Wearables and Electric Cars

    The lithium-ion battery startup raised $30 million in January and named former Energy Secretary Dr. Steven Chu to its board of directors.

  8. U.S., China to bid for overseas nuclear projects: U.S. energy secretary

    The United States is committed to working with China on the development of new nuclear reactors in both countries and will also encourage joint bids for projects els...

  9. France's GDF Suez to boost UK shale exploration

    France's GDF Suez is the second heavyweight energy firm to dip a toe into British shale gas exploration after taking a 25 percent stake in onshore projects in northe...

  10. U.S. Oil Market Could Cope With More Iran Export Cuts

    The top U.S. energy official said world oil markets could cope with further cuts in Iran's oil exports from tighter sanctions over its nuclear program as rising supp...

  11. Exxon CEO: U.S. Losing Ground in Natural Gas Exports

    ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) Chief Executive Rex Tillerson criticized delays in approving more natural gas export projects, saying U.S. companies are losing millions of dol...

  12. Electric Carmaker Tesla Pays Off U.S. Loan

    Electric carmaker Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) on Wednesday paid off its U.S. Department of Energy loan nine years earlier than required, using money raised last w...

  1. Keystone push more about political theater than oil?

    Former Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham on the future of the Keystone Pipeline.

  2. Will President Obama warm up to oil, gas drilling?

    Manhattan Institute’s Robert Bryce on President Obama’s energy policies and the oil and gas industries.

  3. Why would someone take a job in the Obama Administration’s Cabinet?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the challenges being a member of the Obama Administration’s Cabinet.

  4. Will EPA clean air push hurt Democrats at the polls?

    Former Gov. John Sununu, (R-NH), Correspondent Michelle Fields, Progressive columnist Rick Unger and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the Obama Administration’s clean air push.

  5. Rep. Johnson: Approve the LNG export permits asap

    Rep. Bill Johnson (R-OH) weighs in on the Keystone Pipeline and exporting liquefied natural gas.

  6. Energy Dept. Offers Loan Aid Plan for Green Energy

    The U.S. Energy Department on Wednesday unveiled a plan to offer up to $4 billion in loan aid to renewable energy projects, opening up another round of funding for a...

  7. Former U.S. Energy Secretary on why nuclear matters

    Former U.S. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham weighs in on investing in nuclear power.

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