With each new discovery, it becomes difficult to keep track of the playing field. So we'll make it easy for you here, with our list of 6 key oil and gas discoveries so far this year, followed by a short list of the companies we think have the best potential.
Africa is becoming the top choice for North American oil companies looking to diversify, and the East African Rift is the hottest of the hot. Here, Alberta Oil Sands discusses how to get in elephant-sized plays in the East African Rift among other topics.
Oil and gas is getting bigger, deeper, faster and more efficient, with new technology chipping away at “peak oil” concerns. While hydraulic fracturing has been the most visible revolutionary advancement, other high-tech developments are keeping the ball rolling.
Interest rates may be near zero, but financing big projects is still tough for most mining companies. That's why James West has switched his focus to energy investments, where the payoff is often much faster.
As we head into the last quarter of the year, the publisher and editor of The Midas Letter questions how important macroeconomic trends are for individual investors. But he does believe stock catalysts in the energy space are easier to understand than precious metals.
Demand for access to basic needs, an emerging middle class and a never-ending use of global resources—these are the primary drivers of major infrastructure projects over the next several years, says GE.