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Why Uranium's Future Will Burn Bright

Urainum will never take center stage so long as the world continues to guzzle down millions of barrels of oil per day.  Indeed, for much of its economic history uranium ...

Can Russian Energy Survive Western Sanctions?

Break out your old copy of Risk, dust off the board, and have fun mimicking the expansion underway at the hands of Russia's most charismatic dictator, Vladimir Putin.  ...

Can Thirsty Asian Markets Keep Oil Afloat?

It it's not too late to declare the socio-political-economic BRICS model of development dead in the water, it shouldn't be much longer now.  The ...

Iraqi Oil, Outside Interests

Picture the world as a giant game of Monopoly: the United States sits comfortably on Boardwalk while poor Haiti gets nothing more than Mediterranean Avenue and its lousy $2 ...

Earthquakes and the Energy Market

Residents of Great Plains states like Oklahoma and Texas have long since been used to a variety of natural disasters ranging from 300 mile per hour tornadoes to droughts where ...

Oil: At A High Point?

No commodity took the 2014 fiscal year on the chin quite like crude oil.  The sticky black energy source lost some thirty percent of its total value last year, a financial ...

Can CO2 Save Oil Fracking?

Some words invade our newspapers, televisions, and conversations to inspire strong opinion without a great deal of knowledge on the subject matter itself. Fracking represents ...

What Iran's Nuclear Deal Means For Oil

Reach back a decade into your memory banks and pull out the file folder marked "Axis of Evil." Remember all the participants? Iraq, Iran, and North Korea constituted the three ...

Why Saudi Arabia Isn't Feeling The Oil Pinch

What does oil mean to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia? One of the last absolute monarchies left in the world (they never got the message about constitutions), the Saudis rely more ...

Canada's Oil Sands: The End Of A Boom?

For all those who found the 2008 recession particularly hard on their wallets and livelihoods, a solution presented itself (even if it wasn't particularly well-known) for ...

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