Fully reversing course will not be an overnight process.
Low-income Americans need affordable energy, but you won't hear that from millionaire celebrities.
By all accounts, advancements in fossil fuel energy production transported by pipelines have been a win-win for Americans. Yet no one is talking about it.
American consumers both need and deserve a well-balanced path towards an affordable, reliable energy future.
In all, American drivers saved about $540 in 2015 thanks to the year-round low gas prices.
Its time to use our offshore energy resources -- all of them.
American consumers need Alaska, and Keystone.
From Keystone XL to the fracking revolution, 2012 was a big year for energy.
The Obama administration is hurting the economy by holding back the oil industry.
It's hard to see how approving projects like the Keystone XL pipeline wouldn't decrease our exposure to global price shocks and speculation.
Federal regulations stop large projects in their tracks.
It's an approach that's working in North Dakota, where the unemployment rate is 3.3%.
Two hundred and thirty-five years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. remains dependent on other countries for energy.
Bureaucratic, legal and legislative barriers to drilling only deepen our dependence on foreign sources of oil.
The crisis in Egypt is yet another reminder of why the US needs to end its reliance on foreign oil.
The president's address did little to clarify his administration's approach to energy policy.
While you may hear over the next few weeks that it is easier to further limit domestic energy production in the U.S., remember that blocking new oil and gas exploration will only send more ocean ...
We cannot accept even the rare accident as an inevitable byproduct of oil production. This debate must not be cast in terms of safety versus steady supply. We must have both, and with hard work, ...
Obama took a step in the right direction with off-shore drilling. Let's make sure he doesn't falter
This week as Congress debates a $15 billion jobs bill aimed at getting more than 15 million unemployed Americans back to work, there is this story out of Janesville, Wis.: An autoworker was so de...