As hard as the GOP will push the issue, the price of gasoline will not effect the election.
Newt Gingrich is promising that if elected president, he'll lower gasoline prices to $2.50, or maybe even $2.00, which means that Newt is either lying or knows nothing about market economics.
Newt's energy proposal shows how mistaken his energy strategy is.
Some Republicans are blaming President Obama for rising gas prices. To determine if they're right, we first need to understand how the price of oil is determined.
Given Australia’s growing importance as a strategic American ally, the U.S. should take a hard look at Australia’s new energy policy.
Obama is correct in rejecting the Keystone XL Pipeline project. This is part of a greater strategy that includes long-term jobs in the U.S. and environmental responsibility.
If America wants to maintain a strong military while also reducing our dependence on foreign oil, we need to make alternative fuels commercially viable to strip oil of its strategic status.
The new EU ETS for jet fuel will be the push that is needed to establish a robust advanced biofuels industry in the U.S.