5:57 - TransCanada CEO Russ Girling on efforts to gain approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
4:46 - Veracode CTO Chris Wysopal on the cyber attacks by Iran and how the U.S. should respond.
2:49 - OPIs chief oil analyst Tom Kloza weighs in on the bad weather expected this weekend and gas prices.
3:27 - API CEO Jack Gerard weighs in on gas prices and oil production.
1:45 - FBN's Rich Edson on Iran's hack threat and Congressional reports on energy-grid vulnerability.
3:55 - Former Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham on efforts to get the President to approve the Keystone Pipeline.
4:17 - Rep. Doc Hastings, (R-Wash.), on efforts to gain approval of the Keystone Pipeline.
6:04 - OGE Energy CEO Peter Delaney on the impact of the Oklahoma tornado on the area’s power system.
4:33 - Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm on the tornado that hit the Oklahoma City suburb.
4:05 - Bankrate.com senior financial analyst Greg McBride and Price Futures Group senior market analyst Phil Flynn on the outlook for gas prices and their impact on consumer spending.
2:45 - Platts Global Director of News John Kingston on whether the tornadoes in Oklahoma will impact the oil markets.
3:37 - Gov. Matt Mead, (R-Wyo.), on efforts to improve the state’s energy policy.
3:55 - America's Natural Gas Alliance CEO Martin Durbin on the natural gas export debate.
4:34 - SunPower CEO Tom Werner weighs in business in the solar industry.
3:03 - Sterne Agee Managing Director Stephen Gengaro on how investors can profit from increased U.S. oil production.
6:15 - Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister and Yale University Professor Jonathan Macey on reports of a price-fixing scheme by oil companies.
2:29 - Cabot Money Management CIO Rob Lutts on how investors can profit from increased U.S. oil production.
5:18 - The Schork Report Editor Stephen Schork and The Heritage Foundation’s David Kreutzer on U.S. oil production.
5:17 - WL Ross & Co. Chairman Wilbur Ross on the potential economic benefits of fracking.
5:48 - WSJ senior economics writer Steve Moore and Community and Economic Development educator for the University of Illinois Ronald Duncan weigh in on fracking coming to the state of Illinois.
3:51 - AES Corporation CEO Andres Gluski weighs in on AES’ missed 1Q earnings, and the company’s expansion.
3:02 - Laredo Petroleum Oil CEO Randy Foutch weighs in on earnings and gas prices.
4:50 - API CEO Jack Gerard on the factors impacting the price of oil.
3:57 - Schork Report editor Stephen Schork on how tensions in the Middle East could impact oil.
6:23 - Gov. Dave Heineman, (R-Neb.), on the economic impact of the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting and the Keystone Pipeline.
6:12 - The Schork Report Editor Stephen Schork and Wall Street Journal’s Steve Moore on the potential economic boom from oil production.
3:42 - WeatherBell.com Meteorologist Joe Bastardi on the debate over global warming.
4:34 - Sen. John Hoeven on the USGS doubling estimates of North Dakota oil reserves.
6:01 - BP Capital founder T. Boone Pickens on how increased use of natural gas can reduce U.S. dependence on Middle East oil.
5:04 - Pipeliners Union Local 798’s Danny Hendrix on efforts to get the Keystone Pipeline approved.
4:02 - Lipow Oil Associates President Andrew Lipow predicts that the average price of gas will fall even more by Memorial Day.
4:10 - Consol Energy CEO J. Brett Harvey on the outlook for coal and natural gas.
2:58 - Rep. Doug Lamborn on the Keystone XL Pipeline.
3:49 - Harvard’s Jeffrey Frankel argues recent drops in greenhouse gasses show that fracking produces less pollution.
3:55 - Sen. John Hoeven, (R-ND), on the EPA bashing the State Department’s Keystone environmental review.
3:21 - OPIS chief oil analyst Tom Kloza weighs in on gas prices.
1:25 - FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on the decline in gas prices.
5:08 - Rep. Lee Terry, (R-Neb.), on the Boston bombings raising concerns about potential Keystone Pipeline risks.
6:17 - The Schork Reports’ Stephen Schork and MA Capital Management CIO Monty Agarwal on the outlook for oil prices.
3:52 - The Schork Report’s Stephen Schork on the outlook for gas prices and demand.
4:37 - Rep. Fred Upton, (R-Mich.) on the Keystone Pipeline latest.
5:04 - Glenmede Director of Investment Strategy Jason Pride on how investors gain from the U.S. moving closer to energy independence.
2:58 - Shell Oil President Marvin Odum on the growth in natural gas and fracking the U.S.
4:09 - Citizens for Affordable Energy CEO and founder John Hofmeister says we have a glut of oil in the center of the country, but laws prevent shipment to refineries on the coast.
3:58 - Steven Mufson of The Washington Post on the impact of the Keystone pipeline project.
6:36 - BP Capital Management Chairman T. Boone Pickens on what is needed to boost the U.S. energy sector.
2:10 - FBN’s Jeff Flock reports on why Weldall Manufacturing is now pausing its hiring efforts after a recent hiring boom doubled its workforce.
3:52 - Schneider Electric commodity analyst Matt Smith on what's driving oil demand.
5:26 - NYSE Euronext Managing Director Todd Wilemon, California small business owner Craig Huey and New Democrat Network President Simon Rosenberg on the debate over whether to expand fracking in the U.S.
2:48 - NYSE Euronext Managing Director Todd Wilemon, California small business owner Craig Huey and New Democrat Network President Simon Rosenberg on how fracking in California could lead to job and economic growth in the state.
1:28 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on how technology is helping increase U.S. oil production and reducing its dependence on Middle East oil.
3:24 - Barclays senior geopolitical strategist Helima Croft on U.S. energy production and the world market.
4:29 - The Manhattan Institute’s Robert Bryce on America’s increased exportation of oil and natural gas.
4:31 - Texas farmer Julie Trigg Crawford on the impact of the recent pipeline spill and future spills on her land.
2:40 - GasBuddy.com Senior Petroleum Analyst Gregg Laskoski on the outlook for gas prices.
5:15 - Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb, (R-Okla.), on efforts to get approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline to boost U.S. energy production and jobs.
4:34 - Lt. Governor John Sanchez argues the Keystone pipeline project provides shovel-ready jobs and allows America to become energy independent.
7:38 - Brian Wynne of the Electric Drive Transportation Association and 'Skeptical Environmentalist' author Bjorn Lomberg discuss subsidies for electric cars.
4:20 - 'Skeptical Environmentalist' author Bjorn Lomberg on the cost of fixing global warming.
3:53 - Mercbloc president Dan Dicker explains what will influence $100 oil prices.