Ok, some things are just funny. People have heard me use “Greener” as we are never going 100% away from fossil fuels. It is however not optional that we migrate to renewables, it is just when, and at what cost. We will get into the cost and investment side in our next article. COP26 begrudgingly
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The EU needs to ‘Be very afraid’ as Ukraine hit by cyberattack as Russia moves more troops
My King Operating Research team has been watching the geopolitical situations in the EU and how they will impact WTI, Brent, and Nat Gas. In our weekly roundtables, we have been keeping our stakeholders and investors apprised of world markets and the energy crisis. We did not get to this horrible energy crisis overnight, and
Experts Say Investing In Oil And Gas Helps The World Go Green. Here’s Why.
Source: GRIT DAILY ® The world wants to go Green. There’s no question that is the goal for the majority of society. But the pathway to getting greener is going to be very expensive. And the faster we move to go green, the more it will cost. That seems counterintuitive, right? But, experts are saying that investing
Where would the price of energy and oil be if we did not have the scare of two pandemics and the “Greener” movement?
That is a great question that I get asked a lot in media interviews and from our stakeholders. It is always fun in the first few weeks of January for the industry energy thought leaders all go through their forecasting exercises for energy and oil prices. We cover topics in this article on our King
Hypocrisy and ESG. The United States won the Gold in Bitcoin Mining! – Now using over 35.4% of the world’s power in search of money.
If anyone knows me, they know that I have a very competitive nature. Winning is extremely fun. That being said there is some irony when the world’s largest polluter shuts down the world’s worst Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing platform, and then United States takes the lead. One question that sticks out is how
What is the 2022 outlook for oil and gas? The signs are there if you know where to look.
The last several years have been tough in the downturn and have made the survivors stronger. We have talked about the ESG and fiscal responsibilities of the E&P companies in the United States changing for the better. The survivors are listening to their investors and market data. Myself included. Budgets and business plans rely on
U.S Shale and E&P companies rise to rescue Europe in the energy crisis. What does this mean for US Markets?
The 20 years of bad energy policies have devastated Europe’s energy market and caused the energy inflationary ripple effect. The high prices of energy ripple through the commodities and down to the consumers. The biggest issue on the horizon is the increase in food prices as fossil fuels are required to grow crops and fertilizer.
Even though Manchin may have killed the Build Back Better Bill, are we out of the tax and regulation onslaught?
There is so much rhetoric around the energy sector’s going “Greener” as I like to say, or just plain politics. There is so much noise that it makes my head hurt. There is so much effort around getting the renewable energy tax credits and cash infusions that make me also ask if they are so