By Andrew Restuccia - 06/09/11 11:46 AM EDT
The Wall Street Journal reports on growing tensions within OPEC.
Oil prices increased after OPEC decided not to increase oil production Wednesday.
The Washington Post examines the fallout from Mitt Romney’s recent climate change comments.
Transocean pushed back against a Coast Guard report blaming the company for safety violations.
Speaking Wednesday, White House spokesman Jay Carney did not rule out tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
The Coast Guard is looking into reports of oil off the coast of Louisiana.
Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange got the opportunity to question former BP CEO Tony Heyward about the oil spill.
Efforts by the United States to invest in clean energy technology “have paled in comparison” to those of other countries, The New York Times says.
Reuters takes a look at developing countries’ plans to build nuclear power plants.