During the first Arab Spring, some countries were able to avoid the unrest by buying off their populations with goodies. But today in those countries, unemployment is increasing and alternatives to centrally subsidized survival are disappearing.
Whenever oil prices drop, everyone wonders how it will affect wind and solar power.
It follows from the traditional assumption that renewables are only competitive when oil and natural gas prices are high. After all, the early stages of wind and sol…
Saudi Arabia is once again fueling a global oil feud by cutting crude oil prices. It’s the second time in a month the kingdom has grabbed the headlines in the oil markets.
On Oct. 1, Saudi Aramco, the state-run oil producer of the world’s biggest exporter, cut prices for all its exports, reducing prices for Asia to the lowest level since 2008.
Something is now afoot in the Pacific Northwest that is going to change how we think about pricing oil – and this new wrinkle is going to provide a range of fantastic opportunities for investors.
The dive in crude oil prices continued Monday as yet another sell-off targeted the energy sector for a particularly big hit.
With nuclear power bouncing back worldwide, and the number of global uranium mines declining, the signs are building that uranium prices are poised to head higher.