For short-term traders, understanding cyclical markets is the key to profits.
Senior energy analyst Fadel Gheit explains how the shift in natural gas prices has turned the refinery business from the industry's perennial ugly duckling into a beautiful swan.
Michael and Chris Berry discuss energy metals and emerging tech.
How dwindling exports to the US from Latin America, Africa and the Middle East are shifting the supply and demand equation across the world.
Senior analyst Jeff Grampp tells us why drilling in domestic gas fields for export is a good idea.
Raymond James Equity Research analyst makes a contrarian forecast for 2014.
Frank Holmes and Brian Hicks of U.S. Global Investors view shale oil plays as integral to an energy renaissance.
Oil and gas analyst Chad Ellison explains how producers are protecting themselves against price downside or increasing upside exposure.
Geologist and editor Matt Badiali discusses the true potential for U.S. natural gas, as well as what type of energy really gets him excited.
Energy analyst Robert Cooper talks about the need for selectivity and patience for catalysts that can crystallize underlying stock values.
Analyst Daren Oddenino discusses merger and acquisition trends.
Shale oil has been North America's great experiment but its success is in question and steep declines may be ahead.
Independent analyst and author Bill Powers sees serious flaws in how reserves are reported, and his own research shows steep, across-the-board production declines in the near future.
Major players are planning for long-term demand by developing brownfield projects, but they're running into hurdles.
It's a great time to be invested in energy metals, says Chris Berry, president and founder of House Mountain Partners.
Clean balance sheets, cash flow visibility and trading liquidity in oily stocks are the cornerstones of investment success in junior E&Ps, according to Oil and Gas Analyst Tim Murray of Desjardins Securities.