Energy Investing

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.

Oil and Gas

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.

Oil and Gas

Investors Run From Oil to Renewables

Investors have been moving their investments out of the oil industry and into renewable energy.

Oil and Gas

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.

Renewable Energy

Utilities Scramble in Wake of COVID-19… But Is Now the Time to Buy?

COVID-19 has pummeled the energy sector, disrupting utilities and renewable energy projects.

Oil and Gas

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.

Renewable Energy

COVID-19 Could Jump-Start Renewable Energy Projects

Putting money into energy projects could jump-start the economy and accelerate the move to renewables.

Electric Vehicles

The Semitruck Market Is Heating Up Thanks to the New Tesla

Semitrucks are some of the biggest polluters. But that may be about to change thanks to competition among car manufacturers.

Renewable Energy

Fossil Fuels Are Out, Renewables Are In

Renewable energy has taken over as one of the top-performing investments.

Electric Vehicles

Miss the Tesla Stock Pop? Catch Up With One Play

Discover a cheap backdoor way to capitalize on Tesla’s recent success – for a fraction of the price.

Oil and Gas

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.