Oil – Bloomberg reported that the United States is set to surpass Saudi Arabia as the world’s top oil producer, even if oil costs $60 a barrel, or $120. The country will see a boost in oil production due mostly to the oil companies’ use of shale formations to extract crude.
Articles Tagged "Saudi Arabia"
Oil – The Wall Street Journal reported that in a few years the United States may oust Saudi Arabia from its position as the world's top oil producer.
Oil – A brief overview of oil price developments, supply and demand and significant market movers.
The Commodity Investor examines the growing prominence of trade relations between Asia and the Middle East and indicates how investors can take advantage of this shift.
Oil – As more countries look to tap emergency crude reserves in an attempt to quell soaring fuel prices, many are questioning the real motives behind the move.
Oil – Rumors and Iranian nuclear programs are proving to be major challenges to a crude market already struggling to gain stability.
Gold – Many institutions may be following the Texas and Harvard examples as a necessity to hedge the overall risk profile and generate increased exposure to resources and precious metals.
Oil – The political uprisings in the oil-rich region of the Middle East and North Africa are pushing oil prices to a dangerous level that threatens to force many still recovering economies into another recession. Wayne Atwell, Managing Director of Casimir Capital, spoke with Oil Investing News, a part of The Resource Investing News Network, about the possible implications for the resource markets.
Lithium – Mineweb.com reports that the demand for the metal set is to grow as car makers increasingly look to lithium as a fuel solution, so Chile, Bolivia and Afghanistan are emerging as the giants of lithium resources.
Heavy Oil Investing News reports the Canadian election in focus, Canadian investors in commodities have better times. No serious investor assumes that his/her investments will continually improve without any risk. Similarly, it would be “unserious” to assume that the events of the past week represent an all-time high. Unless you believe that your stocks and [...]