Today's Energy and Capital
March 11th, 2014 - By Keith Kohl
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a hard look at where investors are finding the most profitable drilling stocks during the U.S. oil boom...
Jealousy will be the deathblow for OPEC.
For now, we'll call it an intense case of sibling rivalry in OPEC, with the oil cartel's most prestigious members embroiled in a heated battle of sabotage.
Although the last country you'd expect to hold a grudge over oil production would be Saudi Arabia, their envy over a fellow OPEC member stems from something the Saudi princes are quickly losing — access to the same cheap, easy-to-get oil that Iraq is enjoying for the time being...
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Analysis and Opinion
Ford, Chevrolet Fiat, BMW, Toyota, Tesla, Renault, Nissan, Honda, and Volkswagen all have electric cars in production. Now, South Korea's Hyundai says it will get in on the action.
A new design of LED bulb eliminates the bulky heat sink and flattens the profile, making it lighter and more radiative.
Individual municipalities are banning hydraulic fracturing, and Los Angeles could become the biggest one yet.
With sanctions on Iran's energy exports set to lighten, Turkey is attempting to lock in a cheaper rate on Iranian natural gas.
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