International

Mexico’s president is reversing energy reforms, hurting his country’s oil production – and the U.S.

Posted on · President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is using administrative measures to undermine the free-market reforms enacted in 2013. As a result, Mexican oil production is now more than 1 million barrels short of where the U.S. Energy Information Administration projected it would be if the reforms were fully implemented.

Energy & Environment

How Soon Until Texas Oil Prices Go Back Up? Experts Are Unsure.

Posted on · Fears over the spread of the Coronavirus paired with a price dispute between Saudi Arabia and Russia have caused oil prices to rapidly drop. The speed at which they'll rebound, however, remains uncertain.