At the World Resource Investment Conference in Vancouver, Chris Berry, founder of House Mountain Partners, spoke with INN Editor Vivien Diniz about the challenges that junior resource companies face trying to break into the oligopoly that is the energy metals markets. In this interview, Berry looks at near-term production stories in uranium, particularly in the Athabasca Basin — the latest hot spot for uranium exploration.
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At the recent World Resource Investment Conference in Vancouver, Keith Schaefer, editor and publisher of the Oil and Gas Bulletin, spoke with INN editor Vivien Diniz about the state of the natural gas market in British Columbia.
In the second segment of the INN’s World Resource Investment Conference interview with Keith Schaefer, Keith provided INN viewers with some insight on profiting from the natural gas boom in British Columbia.
Sprott US Holdings Chairman Rick Rule tells INN Senior Editor Andrew Topf that the sudden availability of natural gas, derived mostly through hydraulic fracturing, has increased its utility to consumers.
Mining analyst Jeb Handwerger speaks with INN Senior Editor Andrew Topf at PDAC 2013. Handwerger, a longtime uranium bull, shares his views on the uranium market and where new uranium mines are likely to be developed.
At PDAC 2013, Keith Schaefer, editor and publisher of Oil & Gas Investments Bulletin, spoke with INN Editor Vivien Diniz about why junior oil and gas explorers are being pushed into frontier regions, why condensate is important and why oil prices are going to drop this year.
Nuclear energy expert Tom Drolet speaks with Andrew Topf, the INN's senior editor, about what the future holds for uranium and nuclear power.