Heavy crude oil will be sent by train or truck to the US and then on to Asia.
Shale gas supporters in the UK still firmly believe that fracking holds their energy salvation and will cause energy bills to fall.
President Elect Rohani stated that he will work to improve Iran’s relations with countries around the world.
Senior analyst David H. Smith navigates the jungle by advising which explorers, midtiers, stalwarts and royalties to consider buying.
Contradictory market signals create confusion on how to invest in gold today but there is a path through.
Thanks to increased Asian demand for the commodity.
A mixed picture is starting to emerge from the Middle East in terms of oil production.
Offshore drilling companies to face $1 billion absolute liability payments.
Countries that are not now known for their oil and gas production are showing much shale oil and gas promise.
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.
The new round of demonstrations come after a top official for the Conga project, CEO Roque Benavides of Buenaventura, said water from one of the main water sources for locals, would be transferred to a reservoir later this year.
Casey Research analyzes both producers and explorers to see how profitable (or value-adding) they may be under current market conditions.
Legislation currently making its way through the US Congress to support the domestic rare earths industry has been given the thumbs up by the near-term producer.
Radio show host Jay Taylor expects the bull market to come roaring back.
The billionaire hedge fund manager has been scoring big gains recently by going long on mortgage insurers.
The US and European sanctions have deeply affected Iran's international oil trade.
The trend does not look pretty.
“The coal business is terrible."
Michael and Chris Berry discuss energy metals and emerging tech.
Ballanger discusses market sentiment and some companies that he expects to take off when the market turns.
World oil production rose about 2.5% last year, from 4,019 million tonnes in 2011 to 4,119 million tonnes in 2012.
The two countries will focus particularly on improvements for alluvial extraction.
Data on trades made by company insiders demonstrates that most of them are contrarian in their approach.
In 2012 its consumption grew by 2.5% in comparison to 2.2% for natural gas.
The equities market is nearing a significant top in the next couple weeks.
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