Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. Have you heard of oil pulling? It's all over the place lately. On social media, on blogs, in magazines. It's basically the art of not brushing your teeth. Not the art of not cleaning your teeth, the art of not brushing your teeth. Show More Summary
WHAT Senator Rand Paul knows about oil, gas and energy could fit in a thimble. Having listened to my late […] The post Rand Paul and the Making of the Next Reaganesque Pitch Man appeared first on Taylor Marsh.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell's entire Houston-to-Houma crude oil pipeline remained shut on Monday, following a reported leak late last week, the company said.
In its largest capital project in history, Enbridge plans to do what Transcanada so far can't — ship more than half a million barrels of heavy oil across the U.S. border without President Barack Obama's direct approval. Late Monday evening,...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil traders are past masters at handicapping geo-political risks, from war in the Middle East to resource nationalists in Latin America. Lately, they face another confounding political landscape: Washington.
The Canadian National Energy Board (NEB) rejected a request this month from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to extend the deadline to apply as a participant in the public hearings on Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain oilShow More Summary
With explosive train derailments much in the headlines of late, the volatility of Bakken crude oil has become an issue. The feds are seeking data from the oil industry, which is reluctant to feed the idea that Bakken oil makes transport unsafe, but the Wall Street Journal did their own analysis. Show More Summary
By Kevin Quon: Renewable tailored oils and bioproducts company, Solazyme (SZYM), appears poised for imminent growth following its recent announcement in late January. With the initial startup of its first large-scale facility in Iowa,...Show More Summary
By Between The Lines: I previously wrote that I thought missing 3Q13 estimates and having FY14 estimates reduced played a major factor in Berkshire (BRK.A) underperforming the overall market since late last summer. Another major factor...Show More Summary
There have been strong words said here in Illinois in recent weeks related to the mountains of oil refining waste blighting the Southeast Side of Chicago of late. Despite the intense rhetoric, so far neighbors living near the sites where...Show More Summary
Since it’s an election year, it’s time for an endless flood of negative stories about North Dakota’s oil patch. One of the most high-profile stories of late is this one from the Associated Press about rents in Williston rivaling those in urban places like Manhattan and Los Angeles: A 700-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment in Williston costs... Show More Summary
At about 3pm yesterday at Pitzer College in Claremont local students from the Claremont Colleges performed a brief piece of street theater and a short demonstration intended to promote a divestment campaign. The divestment campaign was aimed at requesting of Pitzer College that it divest its investment portfolio from fossil fuel stocks.
The social stigma surrounding the pharmaceutical industry has gotten pretty bad lately. The business of saving lives is now rated positively by only 32% of the public, tucked neatly between oil and banking in consumer confidence polls – down eight places since 1996. Without dwelling too much into the reasons for pharma’s tumbling social status, […]
By Bret Jensen: Executive Summary: WTI oil prices are over $100 a barrel for the first time since late December. Natural gas prices have also risen lately. Despite this energy names have underperformed the market over the last few months. High-yield...Show More Summary
In last Friday's trading, WTI crude oil approached triple digit territory but failed to close above $100 per barrel. As shown in the blue line in the chart below, the commodity briefly traded above the century mark back in late December, but it quickly retreated. Show More Summary
Recent superlatives include top red wine consumer, car purchaser and oil importer. Being the biggest brings China investment, but can also be a sign of inequality and inefficiency. Meanwhile, some coveted firsts still look a long way off.
By Mark W. Bertolin: Freeport-McMoRan is a mining company specializing in gold and copper. It also recently acquired an oil and gas business. Current yield is 3.87% with a 52 week pricing range of $26.37 to $38.09. Of late the mining sector has been out of favor. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department is poised to issue an environmental review of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline that will likely say the project will not appreciably increase carbon emissions, sources said late Thursday, forcing Pr...
Sanchez Energy and Carrizo Oil & Gas may not be household names, but their plans in the Eagle Ford may give investors a chance to get in on some late bloomers in America's Energy boom.
A debate over job creation and the economic benefits of eastern Ohio’s Utica shale boom has continued unresolved since drilling and fracking began in late 2010. Oil and gas industry officials predicted in September 2011 that the growing effort to tap oil and gas in the Utica shale would lead...