Energy and Capital Reports
The Oil & Gas Monthly December, 2013 edition.
Modern Energy Monthly - Volume 3, December 2013
A guide to energy exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and notes (ETNs). This new report will teach you about the most effective way to invest on your own with ETFs.
The future of energy could be with nuclear, thanks to improvements in technology and the dire need for fewer GHG emissions.
Interview with Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of algae biofuel company OriginOil, on this up-and-coming energy industry.
What happens when the wind doesn't blow or the sun doesn't shine? How can these resources provide baseload power if they are intermittent? The answer is advanced energy storage. And it's worth billions.
While everyone has been piling into gold and silver, driving up prices to historic levels, we're going to give you a stock recommendation that’s been surprisingly ignored by investors.
When it comes to energy subsidies, where's your money going? You may be surprised... We'll tell you where that money is actually headed.
The lithium battery market is expected to grow almost 300% by 2020, from $11 billion in annual sales to $43 billion.
A look at the top green energy and water ETFs, along with the top ten holdings of each, with descriptions and a few statistics.
A report on Cellulosic Ethanol and Renewable Fuels investments that have the potential to be a major hit in the coming future.
Here is a real-life example of a Home Energy Audit, complete with findings, analysis, and general recommendations.
With the electric car market rife with doubters and naysayers, the Tesla Roadster has everything needed to convert even the most pessimistic investors.
Water desalination ("desalinization" for some) is often looked to as the cure to our water woes. And rightly so. It only makes sense that we derive freshwater from the salty stuff that makes up about 97% of water we have...
Keith Kohl breaks down the misconceptions surrounding the world's oil supply and offers investors an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of the U.S. oil revival.
Geothermal: It's one of the cheapest forms of energy, the cheapest of ALL forms of renewable energy, and it's full of opportunities.
Wind farms offer a number of advantages over fossil fuel in powering the grid, and should be looked at as another way to profit.
Companies finally started combining horizontal drilling techniques with hydraulic fracturing completion technology, there was no real way to effectively produce it.
Solar's seen some dismal days, but now is the time to watch the industry.
Outside the accusations and allegations made against hydraulic fracturing, the practice will be a vital technique for oil companies... and investors' stock plays.
keith's oil 14 rpt