After oil, natural gas may be next on North American rails – June 16, 2014 As politicians debate the dangers of a massive increase in oil carried by rail in North America, railroads and energy producers are considering the same for natural gas. (more)

CNBC Closing Bell

Breitling Energy’s Chris Faulkner interviewed – January 7, 2014 What’s wrong with exporting oil? (video)

Tulsa World

Oil price jumps $2.33 amid tensions – March 4, 2014 The price of oil jumped more than $2 a barrel Monday, but it’s not clear yet whether the spike will last long enough to stab motorists. (more)

The Detroit News

Keystone more than a pipe dream – February 28, 2014 Once again, the State Department has spoken. The proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would transport oil from shale deposits in Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast for refining, would neither significantly increase emissions nor harm the environment. This is the fifth time the State Department […]

SNL Financial

US LNG exports could have transformational impact in global market, analysts say – February 26, 2014 U.S. LNG exports could play a considerable role in helping balance global natural gas supply and demand, according to RBC Capital Markets. (more)