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Halloween-Themed Oil Investments

October 31st, 2014 - By Keith Kohl

Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl explains why the U.S. has stopped importing Nigerian oil and when the U.S. could start exports of its own. ..

It's Halloween, so I figured I'd talk to you today about the ghosts of U.S. energy past.

Now, let me be clear — I'm not talking about deceased oil barons like Schlumberger, Rockefeller, Hunt, and Murchison.

I'm talking about the former Masters of the Universe...

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries...

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Renewables and Alternative Energy

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Oil Investing

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Posted: Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Nuclear Investing

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Natural Resources

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Natural Gas Investing

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Modern Energy Report

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Grid Parity Blog

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Electricity and Efficiency

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Beyond Energy

Investing in McDonald's (NYSE: MCD)

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