Written by Brian Sylvester of The Energy Report
Eric Nuttall, portfolio manager of Sprott Asset Management's Energy Fund, believes there are opportunities in both oil and gas, regardless of commodity prices. "I'm entirely agnostic when it comes to the commodity price. It all comes down to the valuation," Eric explains. He seeks companies with ...
Written by S. Fred Singer, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project
By A.W. Montford. Stacey International. London. 2010. 482pp.
Andrew Montford, a Scot, blogs under the name of Bishop Hill. I have not met him personally, but in correspondence with him I generally address him as Your Grace a bit of humor.
Written by Roche and Gordon Holmes of The Energy Report
To take advantage of the upside potential when oil and gas cycles take a turn for the better, without exposing yourself to the brunt of the downside risk, make your best picks on the basis of strength in assets and management. Then wade—not dive—in. Scott Koyich, who founded Calgary-based DSK ...
Written by TheDailyBell.com
What peak oil? Why an oil glut is ahead ... In May, less than a month after the blowout of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, a key milestone was achieved with little notice: Total U.S. supplies of petroleum and products refined from it (including the Strategic Petroleum Reserve) ...
Written by JudicialWatch.org
As it moves to approve the first genetically engineered animal for human consumption, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is evaluating the product as a veterinary drug to avoid public disclosure of the process.
Written by Paul Driessen
The climate and renewable energy con is losing its luster – prompting anguish and desperation
It's been a rough few weeks for the "eco-progressive" fringe.
Written by Rich Trzupek - FrontPageMag.com
There's no doubt that Discovery Channel gunman James Jay Lee was mentally unstable, but it should be equally clear that Lee is far from the first person – and surely not the last – to take their cues from an environmental movement that grows more delusional with each passing day. Does that mean ...
Written by Ken Haapala
By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)
The big news of the week is the report released by the InterAcademy Council investigating the IPCC. The Council reported severe failings in the procedures and mechanisms used by the IPCC including ...
Written by The Daily Bell
Scramble for food companies a warning of crisis to come ... Much has been said about how BHP Billiton's bid for Potash Corporation and Canadian fertiliser company Agrium's play for AWB fit in with the growing issue of food security and food shortages. ... in his chilling book The Coming Famine, ...