Consumer Energy Report is now Energy Trends Insider -- Read More »
The Chinese are purchasing oil fields across the world in an attempt to rival the major oil companies, such as, ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron.
2015 EIA Energy Conference
June 15-16, 2015 - Washington, D.C.
Banking Energy | Opening The Floodgates On Clean Energy Deployment In The U.S.
Biodiversivist | Is The Tesla Model X The Hummer Of Electric Cars?
Choke Points | Beijing is no Boogeyman in Greenland
Econbrowser | The Effect of New Production Methods on U.S Oil Output
Editors' Corner | Wind Power Costs in U.S. Are Six Times Higher Than Claimed
Energy Outlook | Condensate Pries Open the Oil Export Lid
Fueling Innovation | BLM Should Re-Think its Failed Solar Auction to Drive Innovation
High Efficiency | Retailers Chase Energy Efficiency for a Competitive Edge
Inside Energy Investment | A Look at the Drivers of Deepwater Oil & Gas Exploration
Markets & Routes | The OPEC Oil Market Gambit
Power Policy | Christmas for Energy Industries
R-Squared Energy | Can U.S. Shale Oil Offset OPEC Production Cuts?
$150+ will be the new norm?
OPEC doing all it can to break past $60 right now & failing miserably. ...
Love the article and graph. I would also keep in mind that although most shale wells reach peak production ...
What about MPG?
It looks so. Oil wars and technology will keep prices flat. Very interesting dynamics going on with oil producers. OPEC ...
As usual, I enjoy and respect Robert Rapier's annual forecast.
Oil at $60 through 2017. Plausible. But maybe not. US ...
Thank you, Robert! I wish you a happy 2017.
I'm not swayed either way on the issue of price. I've poured ...
© Copyright 2017 Energy Trends Insider