Oil and gas
Taxing Clean Energy—What Is Wrong With These People?
Why aren't Texas Republicans bragging about clean energy?
Exclusive: Pakistan's "entire" political system is at risk, minister warns
Petroleum Minister Musadik Malik tells Newsweek that the people of Pakistan have begun "to lose hope, and that is basically what then feeds into the turmoil."
Banks Are Driving the Climate Crisis
The evidence is clear. We know where the money is going. Banks must do better for the environment and human rights.
Biden's Ineffectual Energy Play Sticks Americans with the Bill
President Joe Biden's muddled approval of oil exploration in Alaska is an attempt to pander to all while pleasing none.
We Can Reform the Broken Federal Oil and Gas Leasing System
The Department of Interior must ensure that the federal government's management of public lands provides a fair return to taxpayers
Falling gas prices may be sign of looming economic disaster
Gas prices have fallen to averages not seen since before Russia invaded Ukraine, a sign that the global economy is in rough shape.
Here is what gas prices will look like on Election Day
Southern and northeastern states are in for another price hike.
As gas prices reshape midterms, U.S. extremists plot to attack energy sites
"Today, we see active targeting and nefarious discussions in all corners of the dark web and chat rooms," former DHS CISA head Brian Harrell told Newsweek.
Eyeing payback for midterm oil cut, Biden faces Saudis going their own way
"We are a sovereign country and we do not take orders from anyone," Mohammed al-Sabban, former senior adviser to the Saudi energy minister, told Newsweek.
Hezbollah says it's 'behind the state' in Lebanon maritime deal with Israel
"The important thing is not to abandon our rights and our water resources," a Hezbollah representative told Newsweek.
OPEC+ Oil Production Slash Exposes Limits of Biden's Pressure on MBS, Putin
"The alignment within OPEC+ is strong, politically and with regard to oil," expert Abhi Rajendran told Newsweek. "The U.S. was never going to crack that."
Biden "disappointed" by OPEC decision, wants to limit their control
The Biden administration said OPEC's decision to cut oil production is "shortsighted."
Putin's Key Man in the Arctic Found Dead After Falling Overboard
The death of an energy executive follows other mysterious deaths of businessmen across Russia the past few years.
Joe Biden: The Enemy of American Energy
The Biden administration's senseless and destructive war on energy is hurting Alaska—and America.
Will Gas Prices Go Down This Summer?
Prices at the pumps have dipped since June, but will this trend continue as the U.S. enters a recession? Newsweek asks energy experts what might happen next.
Massive Tennessee Oil Spill Barely Missed State's Largest Aquifer
More than 200,000 gallons of crude oil leaked in the rural town of Henderson last week.
Gas Station Worker Who Walked Off Job With 'Power Tripping' Manager Cheered
When the new worker tried to check information on his phone, the assistant manager told him, "You don't know how things work around here."
Putin Ally Warns Former USSR Nations Need to Fall in Line to Stay Sovereign
"We are convinced that only together can we resist global challenges," Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said.
Will Gas Prices Go Down in July?
The average price of a gallon has dipped below $5 and the president is considering a fuel tax holiday. Does this mean the worst is behind us?
Americans Pawning Items to Buy Gas, Survive Inflation: Pawn Shop Owners
Consumers are selling everything from guns and game consoles to jewelry and family heirlooms to pay for basics.
Jim Jordan 'Real America Doesn't Care About Jan. 6 Hearings' Claim Slammed
The Ohio Republican congressman, along with every other member of the House of Representatives, voted against a gas-price-gouging bill in May.
Zelensky Blames Russia for Gas Price Turmoil in 'Strike at Europeans'
"Gazprom is simply pulling on the gas chain in which they have been trying to shackle Europe for a long time," Zelensky said.
South Africa Ponders Buying Russian Oil, Signifying Potential Win for Putin
"We should consider importing crude oil from Russia at a low price because it is not sanctioned," a key South African minister said.
Will Gas Prices Go Down This Year?
Gas prices have reached all-time highs and show no signs of falling soon. So, when can hard-hit consumers expect some good news?
Who Controls Oil and Gas Prices in the United States?
Oil and gas prices have surged to near-record levels in recent months. But who owns and regulates the oil and gas industry?
U.S. Gas Prices Again Approach Record High, Near $6 a Gallon in California
In California, the cost per gallon hit $5.829 on May 9.
Russia Energy Levy to Fund Ukraine Faces Hesitance in EU
Baltic officials told Newsweek that the new measure is under discussion but nations including Germany and the Netherlands are resistant.
After Russia's Lengthy Warning Letter, Poland Looks to Expand Punishments
Poland, one of Russia's toughest European critics, has called for the EU to issue an oil and gas embargo.
Russia Suffers Blow as Germany Strikes Natural Gas Deal With Qatar
Germany aims to reduce its dependence on Russia for energy following the invasion of Ukraine.
Rising Gas Prices Putting Dent in Spring Break Plans Across U.S.
Prices have been increasing for more than a year, but the recent spike comes as various countries weigh sanctions on Russian oil over the invasion of Ukraine.