BP Energy Outlook 2035 Seems Conservative – Oil and Renewables Alike!

By Jon C. Ogg, 247WallSt, Usually when you see a 2030 or 2040 projection from an energy company, you would [...]

The Future of OPEC

Pump jacks in the Kurdish town of Derik, on the border with Turkey and Iraq, Nov. 25. (ACHILLEAS ZAVALLIS/AFP/Getty Images) [...]

U.S. to become world’s top oil producer in 2015 – IEA

By Alex Lawler, Ron Bousso and Peg Mackey LONDON (Reuters) – The United States will stride past Saudi Arabia and [...]

Jeff Gundlach Singles Out The Emerging Market Country Most Vulnerable To A Crisis

By Sam Ro, Business Insider, Jeff Gundlach of DoubleLine Funds just wrapped up his latest public webcast. He reiterated his [...]

Obama’s Bluff

By George Friedman, Stratfor, Images of multiple dead bodies emerged from Syria last week. It was asserted that poison gas [...]

Notes from the Nigerian Frontier

by Mark Mobius http://mobius.blog.franklintempleton.com/2013/08/15/notes-from-the-nigerian-frontier/?nicamp=other&nichn=markmobius&nismseg=email Many frontier markets continue to stand out as particularly attractive to us right now, as a [...]

Russia’s Trans-Siberian Railway

From Stratfor site,   Rail-based transport between Asia and Europe is considerably cheaper than seaborne transit, and Russia’s infrastructure investments [...]

Geopolitical Journey: Azerbaijan and America

By George Friedman There is a point where three great powers — Russia, Turkey and Persia — meet: the Caucasus. [...]

If Syria Falls, Expect a Pop in Oil Prices

By Marin Katusa, Casey’s Research, As is so often the case in the Middle East, religious strife contributes to political [...]

The Next Big Breakout Economies

By Sharon Kahn , From Chazen Global Insights, When most of us think of “breakout nations,” the BRIC juggernauts come [...]

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