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.
The New Crisis Threatening America’s Energy Sector
America’s No. 1 oil field is now the worst market for natural gas.
Cobalt Prices Soar as China Ramps Up EV Production
Over the last few years, China has quietly gone about locking down as much of the world’s raw cobalt production as possible.
Three Steps to Avoid Sinking Ships in Oil’s Rising Tide
There appears to be a rising tide for the entire American oil patch. But the reality is much harsher and more severe.
Despite Trump’s Coal Push, American Businesses Stick to Renewables
American businesses have broken ranks from Washington on energy policy.
Crude Likely to Take Off
We are on our way to hitting $100 oil and becoming completely energy independent.
How Are We Going to Fix Up the Homestead?
I didn’t start spending like a drunken sailor. I focused on what was most critical for my farm and how I was going to pay for it.
Is Crude’s Crash for Real?
Over the years, I’ve proven that the markets are far more predictable than most investors believe they are.
It’s a Free Market Economy… Except When Buying a Car
No wonder car dealerships have fought so hard to keep companies like Tesla out.
Perry’s Bid to Prop Up Coal and Nuclear Gets Shot Down
Energy Secretary Rick Perry embarked on a mission to subsidize coal and nuclear energy. He failed.
Bomb Cyclone Sends Natural Gas Spot Prices Soaring
It was downright cold in the eastern U.S. last week. As a result, demand for natural gas skyrocketed.