Oil producers are under attack from the fallout from COVID-19, Mother Nature and the Democrats.
With less than a day before Americans head to the polls for the 2020 presidential election, the issue of energy policy – in particular fracking – continues to be a point of contention between the two candidates.
Energy secretary Dan Brouillette discusses Biden's potential impact on the fracking industry.
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While Democratic nominee Joe Biden is running on a bold overhaul of environmental policy, President Trump is running on his legacy of establishing energy independence and rolling back regulations.
Tuesday's Presidential vote could bring about significant changes for the strong and proud, who for generations have lurched far below the earth's surface into the sooty pleats of the underground to extract vital sources of energy.
U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette warned on Wednesday that banning fracking could lead to the elimination of 19 million jobs in the energy industry and some common products would disappear.
U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette says eliminating 19 million jobs in the energy industry during a pandemic would be 'devastating' while discussing Joe Biden's fracking stance.
President Trump is considering an executive order to ask government agencies to perform an economic analysis of fracking in an effort to gain traction with voters in Pennsylvania, a state that will prove crucial in the lead up to Election Day.
Power company Southern California Edison told state regulators that its equipment may have ignited one of a pair of fast-moving wildfires in Orange County, Calif., that have prompted evacuation orders for 80,000 people.
Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister warned Tuesday that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has "no concept" of how important the fracking process is to the American economy and national security.
Southern California Edison said equipment might have been behind the wildfire that lead to evacuation orders.