Oil – In the absence of pipelines, US oil producers transport their wares on "virtual pipelines," about 200 train lines that accommodate oil trains of up to 100 tank cars.
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Oil – How applying new technologies to old oil fields has changed America.
Oil – February 12 to April 22 is crude oil's seasonal "sweet spot." Here are two ETFs worth taking a look at the market enters that period.
Oil – Keith Schaefer, editor and publisher of Oil & Gas Investments Bulletin, has built an impressive track record of foreseeing structural changes in the energy industry. Schaefer knows when to take or refuse opportunities in the volatile ethanol industry, as he demonstrates in this interview with The Energy Report. And he knows how to bide his time while waiting for catalytic moments—the singular events that can make all the difference between survival and extinction for a junior oil and gas company struggling to raise above the fray in the fracking fields.
Oil – Demand and production increases are common themes in the outlook for oil in 2014.
Oil – Colombia, once the domain of guerillas and drug traffickers, has opened up to investment and is now poised to add reserves through an aggressive exploration program, having recently surpassed 1 million barrels a day.
Oil – Oil prices are down 2 percent as an oversupplied market, urged on by oil being injected into TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline.
Oil – Brent crude futures climbed to a one-week high on Monday after economic data hinted that November saw a growing manufacturing sector in China, Europe and the United States.
Oil – Over the weekend, the world changed.
Oil – An exciting period of growth has hit oil exploration and development in North Africa.