Today's Energy and Capital
December 6th, 2013 - By Keith Kohl
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a look ahead at what's in store for the U.S. oil industry in 2014...
$500 oil is on its way.
This was the ominous prediction that I came across for oil prices recently. It was an outrageous figure to say the least, but he was adamant it was right around the corner.
I couldn't believe my ears, and even though I can hold a certain degree of doom-and-gloom in the runaway shale boom that's underway, my response was immediate...
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Analysis and Opinion
Innovus Pharmaceuticals (OTC: INNV) exploded 40% during intra-day trading today...
Though US stores of natural gas are high, Royal Dutch Shell has cancelled its plans for a GTL plant on the Gulf Coast.
A number of Colorado cities have decided to ban fracking, going against state law. But the Colorado Oil and Gas Association is fighting back.
Understanding disruptive trends is a critical component for any technology investor, as they will often indicate the winning and losing players in this space.
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Energy Investment Resources
Investing in Innovus Pharmaceuticals (OTC: INNV)
Innovus Pharmaceuticals (OTC: INNV) exploded 40% during intra-day trading today... » Read more
Renewables and Alternative Energy
Mexico Opens to Energy Investment
As Mexico deliberates on allowing foreign oil investment, it's already inviting in companies to begin solar projects... » Read more
Fighting Fracking Bans
A number of Colorado cities have decided to ban fracking, going against state law. But the Colorado Oil and Gas Association is fighting back. » Read more
China's Flourishing Nuclear Industry
In an effort to reduce emissions, China will be ramping up its nuclear operations. And this spells good things for the nuclear sector as a whole... » Read more
Germany Adds Coal Capacity
Renewable energy won't be able to fill the gap nuclear power shutdowns will leave in Germany. So the nation is turning to cheap coal... » Read more
Natural Gas Investing
The Age of Infrastructure Growth
Natural gas production is high. The next step is boosting demand. And a number of companies have plans to start using natural gas for everything from cargo ships to trains... » Read more
Modern Energy Report
The next generation of waste-to-energy technology could come in the form of bacterial robots. These are robots that can turn wastewater into electricity and usable biogas. The robots are housed in fuel cells and can transition your sink and toilet drains into power-producing utilities. » Read more
Grid Parity Blog
Is Clean Energy Dead?
Renewable energy investment will likely fall in 2013 for the second year in a row. Was clean energy just a short-lived fad? » Read more
Electricity and Efficiency
Concept Cars Unveiled
Honda (NYSE: HMC), Toyota (NYSE: TM), and Hyundai (OTC: HYMTF) have all unveiled their fuel cell vehicle concepts. Will they take the electric vehicle market by storm? » Read more
+Oil Outlook 2014
Though US stores of natural gas are high, Royal Dutch Shell has cancelled its plans for a GTL plant on the Gulf Coast. » Read more