The next billion (barrels of oil): T. Boone Pickens calls for energy plan at Stansberry Society Event
Known for his saying that "the first billion is the hardest," oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens addressed the Stansberry Society Conference in Dallas at the end of May with a plea for a national energy plan that takes advantage of the billions of barrels of oil being produced each day in the U.S. for domestic use.
Fadel Gheit knows how to thwart Russia's aggressive tendencies and encourage domestic oil and gas production: Lift the ban on oil exports.
Are you smarter than the average portfolio manager? Joe Reagor says to invest in energy six months ahead
According to Joe Reagor, analyst with ROTH Capital Partners, the average portfolio manager focused on uranium sees the potential for the uranium price to rebound in the second half of 2014—that's why some uranium miners have already felt jolts in their share prices.
The era of cheap oil is over, declares Angelos Damaskos. In this interview with The Energy Report, the principal adviser of the Junior Oils Trust says that oil will become progressively more expensive to find, with prices topping the all-time high of $147 per barrel within 10 to 20 years.
In this interview with The Energy Report, Coleman explains the international supply/demand disparity and tells us which oil and gas producers he values highest in an uncertain energy market.
Don't put all your investments in one stock, warns S&A Resource Report Editor Matt Badiali.
Cleantech, an outperformer in the energy space since 2012, experienced a major expansion phase in 2013 that is still unfolding.
In this interview with The Energy Report, David Sadowski, a mining research analyst at Raymond James, explains the forces that will push the price of uranium, and the companies that are likely to benefit.
Chad Ellison of Dundee Capital Markets is gearing up for a red-hot Canadian energy sector.
Headlines about a Chinese economic slowdown may get good web traffic, but the real story is that China is buying up uranium and other resources around the world.
In this interview with The Energy Report, the Hodges Capital analyst discusses several companies drilling excellent wells in Texas, Oklahoma and the Gulf of Mexico.
The average grades for a few of the bigger deposits in the Basin are above 15% U3O8, whereas the world average is far below 2% U3O8.
Since its inception in 2007, the Salman Partners' Top Pick Index has made a 251% return.
A supply crisis is looming in the uranium industry, and today's uranium price, stagnant at an eight-year low, will shoot up quickly when restarts of Japanese nuclear power plants bring back demand with a vengeance.
Likening central banks to "your crackhead cousin" running loose with your American Express platinum card, Bob Moriarty sees serious economic threats in the future.
If China starts mandating a 5% blend of ethanol to gasoline, ethanol should trade on par with gasoline.
Are you cashing in on America's free energy source? Porter Stansberry of Stansberry & Associates is more bullish than ever on what he calls America's 'free energy,' natural gas.
Natural gas has become an energy game changer in the U.S. We are cutting the cost of energy in half.
Shale gas is not the foundation of U.S. energy security that conventional wisdom claims. But as shale gas peters out, the law of supply and demand will drive gas prices up.
Keith Schaefer, editor and publisher of Oil & Gas Investments Bulletin, has built an impressive track record of foreseeing structural changes in the energy industry.
Fresh off three months of travelling the globe, S&A Resource Report Editor Matt Badiali shares his insights with The Energy Report readers on how to go where no one else wants to be and make a lot of money doing it.
The Energy Report profiled some of the most innovative stories in the energy space in 2013. Our experts talked about everything from developments in hydraulic fracturing techniques to new ways of finding and processing natural resources.
In this interview with The Energy Report, Mabry also talks about some companies with exposure to up-and-coming plays that could offer major upside.
The Shale Age is the age of the nimble junior, and exploration has revealed oil and gas resources that could forever alter the global production profile.
Rather than looking to national oil companies and global oil majors, Grunauer says investors would be wise to get up to speed now on some of the smaller independent oil and gas companies that are poised to unlock value in Colombia, Argentina and Brazil.