Today's Energy and Capital
July 28th, 2014 - By Jason Stutman
Drones will soon be allowed to fly in the same federal airspace as commercial airliners. For anyone positioned properly in the tech market, this means money...
Yesterday, while running along the docks of Baltimore's harbor, I heard a familiar hum.
It didn't belong to a bug or a bird or any sort of living creature, and it wasn't being made by any of the AC units lining the newly built waterfront condos of Fells Point.
No, this hum was from something a bit less natural and far more futuristic...
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Analysis and Opinion
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl reports on the latest news of Kurdish oil exports hitting U.S. refineries.
Energy and Capital Editor Keith Kohl examines the historic shipment of light oil condensate from the U.S. for the first time since 1975, and comments on the consequences of the ban on crude oil exports.
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl reports on how Algeria is taking full advantage of Egypt's situation by charging them an arm and a leg for its natural gas supply... and how the U.S. will change the global gas markets by December of 2015.
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl discusses the bullish long-term outlook for investing in U.S. Natural Gas.
Energy Investment ReportsNatural Gas Investments
Keith Kohl gives readers a few of his favorite natural gas investments.
Energy and Capital's water investment primer.
Natural Gas Price Forecast
View Keith's Kohl's forecast for natural gas prices.
Energy Investment Resources
A Pent-Up Demand for All Things Robotic
Crowdfunded robot JIBO met its funding goal in just one day. But it also requires crowdsourced development. Are robots like JIBO worth the investment? » Read more
Renewables and Alternative Energy
Can 66 Million Frenchmen Be Wrong?
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a hard look what's in store for nuclear energy and why you should be prepared for an investment surge ahead. » Read more
+Iraq's Oil Crisis
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl reports on the latest news of Kurdish oil exports hitting U.S. refineries. » Read more
Paving the Road Ahead for Your Thorium Profits
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl explains why the next round of nuclear profits will come from a little-known resource called thorium and how investors can take advantage of the Iranian nuclear talks. » Read more
SinoCoking Shifts Gears as Clean Synthetic Technologies
Declining coal prices and China's polluted air are forcing a major coal company to change its course. » Read more
Natural Gas Investing
+China's Golden Age of Natural Gas
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl reports on how Algeria is taking full advantage of Egypt's situation by charging them an arm and a leg for its natural gas supply... and how the U.S. will change the global gas markets by December of 2015. » Read more
Modern Energy Report
Tesla's Secret Weapon
If you didn't get a chance to enjoy the meteoric run of Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA), consider investing in the companies that'll help make the company's batteries. » Read more
Grid Parity Blog
Wind Stocks Surge
Investors have been staying far away from wind power in the last few years, but some of these wind stocks may be undervalued... » Read more
Electricity and Efficiency
EPA Puts an End to Coal
New regulations for coal-fired power plants are expected to be announced next week. Here's what it means for you and your portfolio... » Read more