In Pittsburgh: Old is always new again

So Pittsburgh is being chosen as a center for energy education because.  Something new? No, we have long… very long… been Energy-Burgh.

and I see the news is catching up to this announcement from earlier in the week..  We are even a leader in….. Propane?  So we may have more sedans on the streets . . . → Read More: In Pittsburgh: Old is always new again

Renewable Energy Stocks that Deliver: John McIlveen

Retail and institutional traders invested record amounts in renewable energy producers in 2011, but separating the wheat from the chaff can be challenging. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Jacob Securities’ Senior Vice President for Research John McIlveen shares how to pick and choose. For steady dividends, high-yield Independent Power Producers . . . → Read More: Renewable Energy Stocks that Deliver: John McIlveen

Marin Katusa: Energy Stocks Heat Up

Recently back from a trip to the Middle East, Casey Research Energy Division Chief Investment Strategist Marin Katusa shares some of his best energy investment opportunities. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, he explains why this is a good time to pick up uranium and geothermal stocks.

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Why Ethanol Alone Won’t Solve U.S. Energy Problems

Although it’s debatable whether transforming a percentage of the U.S. corn crop into ethanol is responsible for recent hikes in global food prices, even the most enthusiastic industry supporter must admit that, in the long run, domestically-produced ethanol is not a viable substitute for 100% of the crude oil currently being imported.

Ethanol proponents . . . → Read More: Why Ethanol Alone Won’t Solve U.S. Energy Problems

Water-Based Energy May Make Food and Fossil-Based Fuels Unnecessary

Energy concerns top many American’s list of what worries them most. With gas prices at over $4 per gallon in many places, food prices soaring and the debate regarding food-based biofuels raging, it may seem difficult to see a way past the energy conundrum we find ourselves in. The answer to increasing America’s independence . . . → Read More: Water-Based Energy May Make Food and Fossil-Based Fuels Unnecessary