The U.S. will become a net energy exporter by 2026, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
As Donald Trump takes office, here are four energy issues to watch in 2017.
European power plants could keep claiming to be green while billowing pollution from wood until 2030.
President-elect Trump has tapped former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to run the U.S. Department of Energy.
Renewable energy is expected to be the source of about 28 percent of the world’s electricity by 2021.
Solar power capacity in the U.S. is poised to nearly triple in size in less than three years by 2017.
Removing carbon emissions from the atmosphere to prevent global warming is a fool’s game, scientists say.
Researchers say the Renewable Fuel Standard is failing to deliver on its environmental promises.
New research suggests American biofuels are doing more harm to the climate than good.
Wood energy can help industries manage waste, but it's not as climate friendly as Congress claims.
Europeans are working to close a loophole in their climate rules that promotes harmful wood energy.
Scientists say it is increasingly urgent to develop negative emissions technology to meet climate goals.
The Supreme Court's stay of the Clean Power Plan made carbon prices in the Northeast tumble.
Extreme high or low oil prices could prevent countries from keeping global warming from exceeding 2°C.
Falling carbon emissions from the electric power sector could help states meet their climate goals.
The EPA announced new methane emissions regulations for oil and gas operations on Thursday.
Fossil fuels will still be the dominate energy source on the planet in 2040, a U.S. government forecast shows.
The strong El Niño in the tropical Pacific contributed to lower energy demand in the U.S. this winter.
Whatever the fate of the president's most sweeping climate policy, electric companies are looking beyond coal.
Low oil prices and the loss of a contractor have forced a Utah oil sands project to slow to a near halt.