Venture Global’s two liquified natural gas projects in Louisiana, a total investment of $13 billion, will make the state a leader in LNG exports.
The war against climate change is over and we've all lost.
The Lone Star State reaffirms its dominance as the most dynamic state economy in the U.S., an energy and exports powerhouse with a seemingly boundless potential for growth.
The manufacturer and supplier of industrial gases will create 35 jobs at a new air separation plant in Adel, Cook County.
The Lone Star State wins BF's top annual honor for the third time.
The natural gas liquefaction facility and LNG export terminal will create 250 new jobs in Plaquemines Parish.
A mile beneath the surface of West Texas, there are 75 billion barrels of oil in Permian Basin shale deposits.
Development of oil and gas fields, the use of the Northern Sea Route as the shortest cargo transit route between Europe and Asia and the development of industrial, transport and tourist infrastructure.
Indorama Ventures will invest $175 million to renovate and restart a dormant ethane cracker west of Lake Charles, LA.
With ethane crackers and downstream plants in two phases, Formosa Petrochemical Corp. would create up to 1,200 new direct jobs in St. James Parish, LA.
Brown & Root will establish its corporate headquarters in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with the Brown & Root executive team moving from Houston.
Cape Wind, planned as the nation's first offshore wind farm, appears to be dead in the water.
The momentum to address the impact of climate change hits a wall of ice.
Iberville Parish project comes after governor’s economic mission to Asia; will result in more than 750 new direct and indirect jobs and 2,100 new construction jobs.
The Lake Charles area project will supply Sasol’s petrochemical complex, creating more than 2,800 new jobs.
Pennsylvania's new governor wants the natural gas boom to power economic development efforts in the state.
As Niagara Falls freezes to a trickle, the nation's scientists quietly reveal their plan to combat global warming.
It's time to take a closer look at the economic bonanza that will result from the expanded Panama Canal.
There was bold talk about tax reform in President Obama's speech, but not a word about the most important tax.
With oil prices collapsing, the no. 1 priority in Congress is to build a new oil pipeline.