Oil and trouble.
Crude is key to inflation. Here's why has it been going up so much.
What goes up…
Oil prices are going through what some have termed Black April, but the bigger question is what happens longer term to US oil.
In Colorado, fracking often occurs right next to where people live.
Tara O'Conner Shelley
Landowners told researchers that they lacked the knowledge, time and money to advocate for themselves, their financial interests and their property in negotiations over drilling leases.
A drilling site next to farms and homes in Weld County, Colo.
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Many Coloradans feel powerless to protect themselves from pollution and other fallout caused by the state's fracking boom.
Are OPEC’s cuts all smoke?
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To see why, one must only consider the core economic principle of supply and demand.
Energy secretary Amber Rudd on the march.
With wind braced for more cutbacks, government backing of nuclear and fracking will end in tears.
Has the Bakken oil boom reached its peak?
OPEC is already suggesting the US oil boom will end this year. Wishful thinking.
Mission accomplished? Protesters outside the European parliament in Brussels.
Europe was supposed to be big business for fracking companies, but so far not so good. So what's going wrong?
Did the Saudis and the Americans do a deal over oil in 2008-09?
What on earth is going on in the oil market? Does the recent 60% collapse in oil prices in six months really reflect shifts in underlying supply and demand for crude oil? I’m afraid not, as I have been…