You may not think 'oil' when you hear 'Albania,' but the once war-torn nation is home to the largest onshore oil field in Europe.
For investors, it's a case of massive potential upside for practically nothing—at least until the market wakes up.
The whole fracking revolution is picking up steam. We could see as much as a 1 million barrel per day increase in North American oil production!
Likely constitutional change in Mexico will spur momentous industry growth, along with new deepwater targets opening up in offshore China.
Before you know it, rooftop solar could be as ubiquitous as mobile phones, and developments in wind energy are already creating a compelling value proposition for energy consumers.
Emergency service, information technology and small infrastructure-building companies have found a profitable niche in making oil and gas operations safer and more responsive in the event of disaster.
Candlestick, head-and-shoulders, ascending triangle: If these phrases aren't familiar to you, you're missing out on major profit opportunities.
The hottest new thing happening in the North America oil exploration and production space: The rush by major oil and gas firms to build LNG export facilities on Canada's West Coast.
Don Coxe says that the fracked oil and gas boom has saved the U.S. from endless recession and explains why he remains bullish on China and Japan as sources of energy demand.
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Clean tech is much more than solar panels. So if you're squeamish from the Solyndra bankruptcy, it's time to do some more homework.
The transportation industry is eager to make the switch to cheap natural gas, and the oil and gas industry wants to further its reach by building LNG export facilities.
The U.S. is heading toward world gas prices. To recap, this means double-digit prices within the next three to five years for a number of reasons.
Though Syria is not a major producer of oil, the impact of war can reach far beyond its borders. Conflict in the Middle East almost always results in higher oil prices for the rest of the world.
The stubborn spot price of uranium has frustrated market watchers for the past year. But that's not the whole story.
Technology advances have opened new exploitation opportunities for the Canadian oil and gas market.
If you want the most bang for your buck, quality E&P micro caps are the way to go.
Companies are saving development dollars by reworking old wells.
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Improved heavy oil pricing means these producers are enjoying significantly bigger netbacks.
Letourneau discusses new ways to play the ever-evolving shale revolution.
Argentina's nationalist seizure of YPF's assets last year stunned markets, but loss of foreign investment compromised the nation's energy self sufficiency.
Catalysts that could trigger the next uranium boom and the companies that could make investors wish they had arrived at the party a little earlier.
Catalysts are a little like earthquakes: They shake things up.
Here's the situation: North America is swimming in cheap natural gas, whereas international markets are thirsty for it and paying a premium. Now that the DOE is beginning to approve LNG export permits, North American […]