- Written by veteran energy analysts and insiders with a track record of accurately predicting trends.
- Breaking news right to your inbox before anyone else reports it.
- Editor in Chief Robert Rapier leads a team of expert analysts and commentators.
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What We Cover
Energy Trends Report (ETR) identifies and analyzes risks and opportunities, separates fact from fiction to differentiate between media hype and true value, thereby offering subscribers an inside track to sectors and companies impacted by developments in the energy industry.
The ETR team’s close access to events taking shape in the geopolitical sphere; commodities and financial markets; domestic legislation on Capitol Hill; energy supply & demand; biofuels; budding new energy technologies, and startup companies; affords us the ability to provide exclusive insights and investment advice to our subscribers.
Accurate Analysis – Our Record Speaks for Itself
In recent years, we have made many accurate financial calls. Some examples are:
- Reported that the ethanol sector had become overvalued, with specific case studies. A brokerage in London advised their clients to short ethanol on the basis of this information, and ethanol stocks subsequently plummeted.
- Dallas Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban acknowledged shorting Xethanol on the basis of our analysis. The company subsequently plummeted in price and went bankrupt.
- Reported in late 2008 a decision to purchase Petrobras (PBR) stock because oil prices had overcorrected. Oil prices more than doubled over the next 12 months, and the share price of PBR tripled.
- We were the first to publicly question the viability of the claims of Range Fuels. Despite public posturing that everything was OK, the company went bankrupt within a year of our initial report.
- Questioned the value of KiOR, declaring that the company was not worth its $2 billion market capitalization. Within six months, the share price had fallen by 60%.
ETR is written by veteran energy analysts and insiders with a long track record of accurately predicting sector trends. With years of operational, technical, and financial experience in the industry, they have close access to events impacting the energy industry as they develop.
Editor in Chief
- Vast experience in energy production: from oil refining to ethanol and butanol
- Highly regarded consultant on energy technologies
- Expert at performing due diligence
- Many industry connections
- Washington, D.C.-based expert on energy and policy
- Intricately connected to developments on Capitol Hill with behind-the-scenes access
- Strategic analyst on national security issues, infrastructure policy, and economics
- Energy and tax partner with the law firm Sullivan and Worcester
- Has more than a dozen years of experience of financial and legal support for energy and resource project development
- Has helped dozens of companies realize more than $1 billion in policy-based support
Who It’s For
Major brokerage houses rely on Energy Trends Report (ETR) to advise clients, and numerous investors and organizations trust our unparalleled analysis to provide the much-needed edge in making their financial decisions.
ETR is targeted specifically at those looking for an inside edge in the energy sector, including individual investors, traders, financial institutions, think tanks, research organizations, business strategists, policy makers, public servants, venture capitalists, energy companies, energy professionals, and journalists.