The biggest problem for TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline is no longer politics. It’s business.
Oil & Gas
There are many advantages to having floating LNG terminals. Here are the companies behind the first one in North America.
With crude prices falling, it’s good to revisit a bull market that’s been growing for a decade… and continues to pick up speed.
U.S. workers and companies may get down, but we’re never out. All OPEC’s stunt did was increase the resolve of the remaining American oil producers and service companies.
The U.S. no longer needs to worry about OPEC… It’s the other way around.
The collapse of crude caused a lot of investors to forget about Canada’s emerging shale industry. But lately, land sales have been skyrocketing.
Just a few days ago, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said his government will act to restrict LNG exports. That could be a boon to U.S. producers.