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.

Energy Stocks

LED Bulbs: A Disruption We Can All Live With

Today, there’s really no reason NOT to switch to LEDs if you want to save money and energy.

Renewable Energy

Natural Gas and Renewable Energy Continue to Displace Coal

Clean energy has become the “new normal” in power generation. And coal is paying the price.

Electric Vehicles

Oil Majors Worried About Drop in Crude Demand Due to EVs

The growing EV market could have major ramifications for crude oil.

Oil and Gas

Flaring of Unused Natural Gas Is a Major Mistake

Flare stacks have an important use in industrial plants. But they’re a missed opportunity in renewable energy.

Electric Vehicles

How the Switch to EVs Is Causing Problems for Carmakers

Besides revolutionizing transportation, EVs are also going to totally disrupt the automotive supply chain.

Renewable Energy

Nuclear Power Under Pressure From Renewable Energy

Once hailed as the world’s “cleanest” source of energy, nuclear power is rapidly failing thanks to the rise of renewable energy.

Oil and Gas

The New Crisis Threatening America’s Energy Sector

America’s No. 1 oil field is now the worst market for natural gas.

Electric Vehicles

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.

Oil and Gas

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.

Renewable Energy

Despite Trump’s Coal Push, American Businesses Stick to Renewables

American businesses have broken ranks from Washington on energy policy.