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Five Juniors that Insulate Investors from Today's Low Oil Prices: Interview with Angelos Damaskos

November 21, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Angelos Damaskos is the founder and CEO of Sector Investment Managers Ltd. of London, a regulated investment advisory company. He is the Principal Adviser of the Junior Oils Trust and the Junior Gold Fund. The Junior Oils Trust focuses its investments in smaller oil and gas exploration and production companies.[read more]

DoE: The Clean Energy Loan Program Is Already Making a Profit for Taxpayers

November 14, 2014 by Stephen Lacey

According to a soon-to-be-released report produced by the Department of Energy, the government has netted about $30 million in loan guarantee interest payments since it first started supporting clean energy manufacturers and developers.[read more]

Move Over World Bank: Bilateral Institutions Lead Investment Beyond the Grid

November 11, 2014 by Justin Guay

Development and Energy Investment

The Sierra Club and Oil Change International recently released an assessment of multilateral development banks' investment beyond the grid, and the findings aren't good. While investments are continuing to flow into beyond the grid clean energy markets, most public institutions are missing in action.[read more]

Hunting on the Backbone for Valuable Master Limited Partnerships with Hinds Howard

November 9, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Hinds Howard leads CBRE Clarion's MLP investment team. Prior to joining CBRE Clarion Securities in 2013, Howard was a portfolio manager and partner managing separate accounts with a MLP investment focus at Guzman Investment Strategies.[read more]

Transatomic Power: Anatomy of Next

November 9, 2014 by Rod Adams

New Nuclear Ideas

Dr. Leslie Dewan is a co-founder and the CEO of Transatomic Power, a start-up based on research conducted at MIT. Dewan is exploring a design that uses a molten salt fuel that enables materials currently classified as “nuclear waste” to provide the heat source for a steam power plant.[read more]

Three Ways to Play Uranium: Dundee's David Talbot Names His Top Draft Picks

October 26, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Ways to Play Uranium Investment

Dundee Capital Markets Vice President and Senior Mining Analyst David Talbot worked for nine years as a geologist in the gold exploration industry. Talbot joined Dundee's research department in May 2003, and in summer 2007 took over the role of analyzing the fast-growing uranium sector.[read more]

The Bell Tolls for KiOR

October 13, 2014 by Robert Rapier
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In 2004, Khosla was telling anyone who would listen to him that the only things standing in the way of running the entire country on biofuels were the oil companies, and a lack of funding. He set out to change both of those things, vilifying the oil industry at every turn. The result has been a debacle.[read more]

Oil and Gas Investor Editor Leslie Haines: We Will Never Stop Importing Oil, but We May Start Exporting

October 11, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Leslie Haines is editor-in-chief of Oil and Gas Investor magazine. In November 1992, the Independent Petroleum Association of America awarded Haines with the 2nd Annual Lloyd Unsell Award for Excellence in Petroleum Journalism. She is a former president of the Houston Producers' Forum.[read more]

Keep Truckin': Russell Stanley on How to Snap Up Growing Energy Services Companies

October 5, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Russell Stanley has recently returned to Jennings Capital, having first joined the Toronto office in August 2007. He has worked in the brokerage industry since 1997, with the last 10 years in equity research. He has previous experience covering companies in industrial, consumer and health products.[read more]

Importance of Energy Sector Divestments in a Climate-Change-Driven Environment

September 26, 2014 by Roman Kilisek

Divestment Efforts and Climate Change

Ernst & Young recently looked at a number of forces that are driving companies to shed assets thereby identifying four dimensions – deal strategy, cost management, speed and risk mitigation – as crucial for any successful divestment transaction.[read more]

Where to Look for Yield During a Time of Low Gas Prices: Interview with Elliott Gue

September 14, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Since earning his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of London, Elliott Gue has dedicated himself to investment in the energy sector, and was been referred to in the official program of the 2008 G-8 Summit in Tokyo as "the world's leading energy strategist."[read more]

Malcolm Gissen and Marshall Berol: Welcome to the Golden Era of Oil & Gas

September 13, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Malcolm Gissen founded Malcolm H. Gissen & Associates Inc., an investment advisory services firm, in 1985. Whereas early in his career the firm specialized in financial planning and in funding private companies, it has, since 2000, focused on money management.[read more]

Transmission Investment Times Five: Will the Grid be Secure?

September 9, 2014 by Jessica Kennedy

Transmission Investment and Savings

Utilities have lagged behind technologically for far too long, and this has left the United States’ electric grid extremely vulnerable. If something as mundane as powerlines touching tree branches can take out our electricity, how prepared are we for severe weather, cyber threats, or high demand?[read more]

Oil Field Services Surprise: Brandon Dobell on the Upstart that Could Compete with the Big Three

September 7, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Brandon Dobell, partner and group head, global services at William Blair & Co. LLC, specializes in the energy, real estate services and technology industries. Dobell was previously group head, global services research at Credit Suisse. He also worked in equity research at Bank of America Securities.[read more]

Musings on the Second Great Recovery Experiment and the Promise of Natural Gas: Interview with Ron Muhlenkamp

August 30, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Recovery and Energy Investment

Ron Muhlenkamp is the founder and portfolio manager of Muhlenkamp & Co. Inc., established in 1977 to manage private accounts for individuals and institutions. In 1988, the company launched a no-load mutual fund as an investment vehicle for all investors, large or small.[read more]