While a new executive order is a key step by the Trump team, the process for reversing a federal regulation is extremely complex.
The legal panel at Midstream Texas details challenges facing operators as they put the buildout into effect.
The president said the accord put the U.S. at a disadvantage but that he’s willing to re-enter the agreement under fairer terms.
Adam Sieminski looks back at his eventful term heading the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Out of 109 oil and gas industry executives surveyed, 76% said they had a low expectation of the public’s trust in the industry.
In the renegotiation, President Trump will likely try to tighten NAFTA rules of origin to ensure that these rules promote U.S. manufacturing and jobs.
Liberals who backed Tran Mountain Pipeline lose their majority in legislature.
Industry trade associations reacted favorably to President Trump’s nomination May 8 of two Republicans to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
In this episode of Political Sidetrack, a roundtable of three experts discusses the impact of these bans and concerns about future efforts to restrict fracking.