Posted June 17, 2009
Energy & Capital editor Nick Hodge discusses water problems and solutions as the topic continues to gain political and media attention.
Posted June 15, 2009
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl reveals his 2009 crude oil forecast and why oil prices might soon be over $100 per barrel again.
Posted June 12, 2009
Energy and Capital editor Chris Nelder reviews some of the challenges that face Arctic oil and gas development as reported by speakers at the Offshore Technology Conference 2009.
Posted June 10, 2009
Energy & Capital editor Nick Hodge discusses the potential of algae biodiesel now that the DoE has published a "roadmap" dedicated to the cause.
Posted June 9, 2009
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl reveals a new shale play that will help Canada avert a natural gas crisis.
Posted June 8, 2009
With oil prices down, investment in new supplies is already dwindling. A new Economist report highlights some of the potential outcomes.
Posted June 5, 2009
Energy and Capital editor Chris Nelder summarizes a new USGS report on the oil and gas potential of the Arctic.
Posted June 3, 2009
Energy & Capital editor Nick Hodge discusses battery power stocks, and why investing in them now is a ground-floor opportunity.
Posted June 2, 2009
Energy & Capital editor Keith Kohl reveals why 3 uranium plays stand to make investors a considerable gain.
Posted June 1, 2009
A couple of weeks back, I wrote about the changing investment landscape for run-of-river hydropower stocks in E&C's sister publication, Green Chip Review...
Posted May 29, 2009
Energy & Capital editor Nick Hodge discusses battery technology stocks in light of Warren Buffett's recent foray into the sector.
Posted May 27, 2009
Energy and Capital editor Chris Nelder explains the fundamentals of peak oil and oil prices, to help cleantech investors understand how oil affects the investment outlook for renewable energy.
Posted May 27, 2009
Make no mistake, recent low oil prices are only a function of the recession.
Posted May 22, 2009
Energy & Capital editor Nick Hodge discusses investing in water companies by following the multi-billion dollar federal money trail dedicated to the cause.
Posted May 21, 2009
In addition to growing electricity and automobile access in places like China, India, and Brazil, consumers in those countries top global surveys in their expressed desire to cultivate "green" consumption habits.