John Licata is the founder & chief energy strategist of Blue Phoenix, a Strategic Consulting firm providing thought leadership focused on the future of energy. He is the author of Lessons from Frankenstorm: Investing for Future Power Disruptions. He is known for uncovering new technologies, investment opportunities and future trends in the energy space ahead of mainstream thinking. He has been featured in the media for the last decade by the likes of Bloomberg, CNBC, BNN, Yahoo! Finance, Reuters Insider, TheSreet.com and Fox Business Channel.
Some analysts say the crude oil selloff will ramp up, but here are five reasons that may prove them wrong.
Software and wireless solutions are disrupting many global industries, and there's no better indication of that than the robust enthusiasm for the connected marketplace.
Denbury Resources is a market leader in the extraction process known as carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery.
The new Tesla home battery has a lot going for it, but there are a several reasons why this technology won't cause a mass grid exodus.
The utility business model is drastically changing and that presents compelling opportunities for industry players like this one and their customers.
Mexico could have nearly as much near-term influence on oil prices as Saudi Arabia if they cut their own production, and they have incentive to do it.
The slide in oil prices is primarily investor-related, not based on fundamentals. For that reason, oil prices could rebound just as quickly and violently as they fell.
For investors, oil's sharp decline sets up an opportunity to buy into companies that can adjust their corporate strategy and focus on more efficient operations.
While many investors are focused on the direction of oil prices, new developments in the wind sector deserve more attention ahead of the looming decision on subsidies in 2015.
The pace of oil production is depressing prices now, but can only be kept up so long before economics forces companies and countries to curb output, pushing prices higher.
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