The next decade is going to present a number of challenges for companies in the energy sector. By mid-decade, the demand for crude oil could peak. Not because of lack of supply… but because renewables are becoming so cheap. It will be a big disruption for the energy markets. However, there are still plenty of profitable energy companies in the oil and gas sector. We’ll focus on all of them here.
Huge Roadblock for U.S. Electric Vehicle Adoption Has Been Cleared
The newest lithium-ion battery factory will help pave the way for the widespread adoption of electric vehicles.
How to Invest in Infrastructure’s Long-Needed Boost
Here is one of the best ways to profit from the current administration’s infrastructure plan.
Widespread Adoption of Fuel Cell EVs Is Right Around the Corner
Fuel cell electric vehicles may be more efficient than their battery-powered counterparts.
Widespread Semitruck Electrification Is Coming
More automakers are beginning to produce electric semitrucks.
Distributed Energy Resources: The Power Source That Benefits Everyone
Distributed energy resources take the load off utilities and are a more reliable form of power.
Why I’m Raising My Price Forecast on Crude Oil
With the pandemic coming to an end, crude oil prices are rising and will continue to climb higher.
Liquefied Natural Gas Is the Key to Decarbonizing Energy
The world is rapidly switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy. And liquefied natural gas plays a key role in industries that are not easily electrified.
Coal Is on Its Way to Extinction
The coal industry is collapsing… and the pandemic is just speeding up the process.
Here’s Why the Recent Winter Storm Devastated Texas
Last week, a rare winter storm devastated Texas. Here’s why the Lone Star State was hit so badly.
The Electric Vehicle Revolution Has Hit the Tipping Point
An EV-only future is quickly becoming a reality as more companies commit to producing emissions-free cars.