Oil and Gas
There is still big money to be made in oil and gas. The U.S. is now the world’s largest crude supplier and the third-largest liquid natural gas supplier. U.S. production will continue to rise, taking market share from Russia and Saudi Arabia. More LNG production is coming online. And there are some fantastic income-producing opportunities in this space.
Has COVID-19 Been Good or Bad for Natural Gas Demand?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, natural gas demand briefly fell. But it’s starting to ramp up again.
Oil Demand Is Returning, but Prices Are Still Too Low
Oil demand is returning and OPEC continues to make production cuts, but oil prices are still suffering.
Crude Oil Prices Will Continue to Fall
The price of crude oil has been plummeting. And it’s only going to get worse.
Is U.S. Crude Done For?
On Monday, the price of U.S. crude oil plummeted into negative territory. Few companies will be able to survive these prices.
Investors Run From Oil to Renewables
Investors have been moving their investments out of the oil industry and into renewable energy.
Could Crude Oil Prices Drop to $5 per Barrel?
Don’t be fooled by last week’s jump in crude prices. Wise investors should avoid the oil sector altogether.
Demand Drop: The Latest in the Oil Price War
Between COVID-19 and the oil price war, crude is in a state of major oversupply and reduced demand.
How the U.S. Is Taking Over the Oil Sector
A new oil drilling technology has allowed the U.S. to produce most of its own oil, decreasing oil prices.
Energy Independence in the U.S. Even More Critical Now
In light of today’s geopolitical climate, it would be wise for investors to reduce their exposure to fossil fuel investments.