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Is Nat Gas really profitable and if so, when?
Will the Russians double down their wager on Cyprus’ natural gas stake to help save their economy?
With Cyprus estimating newly found gas reserves off the coast reportedly worth close to $400 billion, will that value be enough to entice the Russians interest without a strong demand for the commodity itself.
Russians favorable commodity seems to be oil, in part for more »
Paraphrasing a lesson from the Bible and many others’ basic investment strategies: ‘…put into seven, even eight because you don’t know which will bring fruit or which will fail…”
Therefore, it’s good to have the pension, another retirement income vehicle, and even five or six other projects, hobbies, and interests that could become a gainful activity. The hard thing on that list has been deciding where to put more »
I admire Westport Innovations (NASDAQ: WPRT) for going out on a limb in the company's recent earnings call. The CEO stated without qualification that the world is undergoing a major shift from oil to natural gas. Doubts are shoved aside and the course of energy is clearly delineated. The shift does not mean rapid adoption of the new system and dumping the old one. This is not DVD replacing more »
There is no way that natural gas can remain as cheap as it is in the United States without demand eventually catching up. Natural gas is not a cheap inferior fuel; in fact, it is a fantastic fuel that is cleaner than the swill we use now. Obviously, it is not a solution to the energy crisis that will eventually arrive if we rely on extracted fossil fuels, but it more »
If you drive a heavy-duty pickup truck and are tired of paying over $100 to gas up, you might consider one of the new natural gas (CNG) models being offered this year.
Before we go any further, you should know that using CNG instead of gasoline will not improve your gas/fuel mileage. If you are getting 10 mpg on gasoline now, you will get 10 miles per Gasoline Gallon more »
Westport Innovations (NASDAQ: WPRT) is global leader in converting diesel engines to low-emission engines which are able to run on compressed natural gas, natural gas liquids and other types of clean burning fuels. Westport focuses on three separate markets through distinct business divisions and joint ventures – light-duty engines for forklifts and oilfield service machinery, technologies for commercial vehicles such as buses and heavy duty engines for trucks and diesel equipment more »