Liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe isn't a get-rich-quick scenario for the impatient investor: It's a long, strategic play for the sophisticated investor who can handle no small amount of politics and geopolitics along the way.
With US energy independence fast emerging as a topic in the presidential election, I thought I’d delve into this topic in greater depth and see how real this possibility is. This will undoubtedly be the most important change to the global economy for the next 20 years.
Is our energy future one of falling prices and plentiful supply or should we prepare for declining supply and sky high prices? lThe energy economist from the University of California at San Diego gives some answers.
Energy around the world has become a lot more varied over the past few centuries. Only 100 years ago, wood and coal were the only two sources. Fast forward to today, and the global energy picture is much more diverse.
Geothermal energy project and technology developer Raser Technologies wins contract in Indonesia and sets itself up to deliver early on a 10-megawatt power-purchase contract for Anaheim as the BLM and NFS finalize a new environmental impact assessment program for geothermal projects on federal lands.