Batteries are going to drive the future of lithium, according to international research firm Roskill. Here is a look at two tech updates for lithium batteries.
China's "control coal" policy may not bode well for the United States, which plans to ship the fossil fuel to Asia via West Coast terminals.
Not all the shale plays are created equal, and one in particular is bucking the trend with robust economics and company share prices that show it. But is it too late to buy in? Fund Manager Josh Young doesn't think so, and he sat down with The Energy Report to discuss the hottest (and coldest) North American shale plays. Read on to find out where he's finding bargains that could pay off handsomely.
Uranium Investing News had a chance to talk to CEO Dev Randhawa about the company and the uranium market.
Let's make one thing clear: There is no magic formula to determine which company will be the next big buyout story. But if there were a formula, it would include variables like asset value, management skill level, risk profile and location, location, location. Today, C. K. Cooper & Co. Analyst Daren Oddenino joins The Energy Report to discuss M&A trends and help us solve for X. One caveat—a company that tempts an international player might leave domestic majors cold.
The global landscape of oil is rapidly changing with "shockwaves" from supply growth in the U.S. due to shale gas, light tight oil as well as the Canadian oil sands extending to "virtually all recess of the global market" said the International Energy Agency.
Marin Katusa, chief energy investment strategist at Casey Research, and his team at Casey Research are convinced that uranium – and uranium stocks – are on the verge of entering a new bull market, due to stagnant supply and ever-increasing demand, especially from emerging countries
Shale oil has been North America's great experiment, says Oil & Gas Investments Bulletin Editor Keith Schaefer. But in this interview with The Energy Report, he questions the experiment's success and predicts steep declines ahead, with just a few formations left to supply the market. The question is what shale play will last the longest? Read on to find out how—and when—to get positioned for the end of the shale revolution.
Rob Chang, Canada metals and mining analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald, told Uranium Investing News what may propel the uranium market out of the current slump and gave his top uranium equity picks.
Energy pundits sing natural gas' praises, but Bill Powers, author of "Cold, Hungry and in the Dark: Exploding the Natural Gas Supply Myth," isn't buying it. He sees serious flaws in how reserves are reported, and his own research shows steep, across-the-board production declines in the near future. Nonetheless, he expects a multiyear bull run for the resource, and recommends investors get positioned before scarcity hits—just five to seven years from now. Find out who Powers is betting on in this interview with The Energy Report.