Bright Spots in the Fertilizer Market: Robert Winslow

Global population growth and escalating food demand underpins long-term upside for potash, phosphate and nitrogen producers, but fertilizer oligopolies may have jumped the gun last year with aggressive rates that priced farmers out of the market. As farmers expand acreage rather than boost yields in now-tired fields, grain prices have backed off recent highs. . . . → Read More: Bright Spots in the Fertilizer Market: Robert Winslow

What's Next for Potash Producers: Jaret Anderson

Major potash stocks are beginning to raise eyebrows with impressive profit margins. But as this developing market expands, industry giants will face competition from greenfield and brownfield projects in the works. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Mackie Research Capital Analyst Jaret Anderson debriefs us on some fascinating development stories that . . . → Read More: What’s Next for Potash Producers: Jaret Anderson

Amine Bouchentouf: Offshore Oil Key to Future Supplies

Despite the risks and unfavorable public opinion associated with offshore drilling, the truth remains that the keys to unlock the planet’s vast remaining oil resources lie beneath ocean floors, in places like the Gulf of Mexico, Brazil and even the Arctic. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, noted commodities expert Amine . . . → Read More: Amine Bouchentouf: Offshore Oil Key to Future Supplies

Bruno del Ama: Fertilizer Is a Growing Business

It may not sparkle or shine, but fertilizer has a bright future. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Bruno del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, tells us why investors should be looking at this “growing” industry and how his company’s new global fertilizer and potash ETF (NYSE:SOIL) provides a great . . . → Read More: Bruno del Ama: Fertilizer Is a Growing Business

Charles Neivert: Fertilizer Companies with Value

The recent tumultuous downturn in stocks has created deeper values and new opportunity in the agricultural space. Dahlman Rose & Co. Managing Director Charles Neivert is a near-term bull on fertilizer companies, but the window could close and diminish prospects in the not too distant future. In this exclusive interview with The Energy . . . → Read More: Charles Neivert: Fertilizer Companies with Value

Richard Kelertas: Corn Report Pushes Potash Prices

Rising corn production acreage highlighted in the latest USDA crop report could lead to increased fertilizer demand and prices, says Richard Kelertas, a senior analyst at Dundee Securities. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, he points to which potash juniors could hit the market while demand is still high.

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Sean Brodrick: Potash Producers Benefit from Fertilizer Demand

Domestic demand for fertilizer is good news for small, U.S. potash producers. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Weiss Research Natural Resources Analyst Sean Brodrick explains the international market forces behind agriculture-related stocks and points to the companies that could benefit in the long term.

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