Today's Energy and Capital
September 29th, 2014 - By Alex Martinelli
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli analyzes Siemens' purchase of oil and gas services company Dresser-Rand and offers other high-yield investments in North American energy...
“This industry does not count by quarter or year. This counts for a long period of time,” Joe Kaeser said this week.
He was talking about the energy industry, specifically in North America, where the recent flurry of oil drilling and production growth has companies from all over the world shelling out big money for a stake.
And they're all following the same mantra as Kaeser...
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Analysis and Opinion
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli discusses the coming uranium based nuclear power boom, and offers investors a way to play the trend.
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli writes about the stagnation problems in Canada's oil sands and how investors should transition their portfolios.
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli delves into Morgan Stanley's potential CNG facility in Texas, and offers investment insights in the natural gas market.
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli comments on the civil war in Ukraine and the likelihood of stricter sanctions against Russia.
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
Go Where the Patents Go
The technology world has two very important invisible currencies. They can be bought, sold, traded, or hoarded... but you can't invest in them. Or can you? » Read more
Renewables and Alternative Energy
+ Investing in the Solar Bull Market
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli discusses a small energy company claiming they have developed solar panels cheaper than natural gas. » Read more
U.S. Oil Exports
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl uncovers the reason why Mexico is preparing itself for a flood of U.S. oil. » Read more
+ The Next Nuclear Revolution
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli discusses the coming uranium based nuclear power boom, and offers investors a way to play the trend. » Read more
+Forget About Oil
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl uncovers the reason why Germany is preparing for an influx of U.S. coal. » Read more
Natural Gas Investing
The World Shuns Coal
Energy and Capital editor Alex Martinelli offers readers a rationale for long-term, high-yield profits from U.S. LNG exports. » Read more
Modern Energy Report
It's a Buy!
Don't pick just one... Here are two ways to play the solar financing sector for maximum profits. » 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