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Why Collapse Occurs; Why It May Not Be Far Away
February 25, 2021
It is clear to many people that the world economy is now struggling. There is too much debt; young people are having trouble finding jobs that pay well enough; people in poor countries are increasingly...
How Wind Power Caused The Great Texas Blackout of 2021
February 18, 2021
The Great Texas Blackout of 2021 was a classic domino-effect chain reaction where unreliable wind power experienced a 93% failure rate hours before other power sources began to buckle under the strain...
Week 5 of 2021 shows same week total rail traffic (from the same week one year ago) improved according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
PMs Charging Higher As Stocks Keep Pushing On a String
February 09, 2021
Using More Energy, Everywhere
February 07, 2021
Last week the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released their 2021 Annual Energy Outlook (AEO). It is produced by their Bipartisan Policy Center, and presidential elections aren’t supposed...
Asia Leads Natural Gas Demand
February 01, 2021
In 2019, China imported 62.5 million tons of LNG, equivalent to 8 Billion Cubic Feet per Day (BCF/D) of natural gas. The U.S. is currently exporting around 11 BCF/D of LNG.
Williams Companies Sees A Climate Change Winner In Natural Gas
January 27, 2021
WMB moves 30% of America’s natural gas, much of it via their extensive Transco pipeline that runs from Texas to NY.
The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns (2021 Edition)
January 08, 2021
Rail Week Ending Saturday, Dec. 19 - Strengthening Continues
December 25, 2020
Week 51 of 2020 shows same week total rail traffic (from the same week one year ago) improved according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
Coal ETF Closes But Here’s an Alternative Energy Play
December 23, 2020
The VanEck Vectors Coal ETF (KOL) may no longer be trading as of December 22, but that only opens up opportunities for ETF investors to play a move away from fossil fuels. One fund to consider is the...
Upside For Coal, But It’s Likely To Be Limited
December 08, 2020
Thermal coal prices have traded down to more than a decade low this year, given the large scale industry shutdowns during the peak of lockdowns and a weak global gas market only added to the pressure.
Humans Left Sustainability Behind as Hunter-Gatherers
December 05, 2020
Many people believe that humans can have a sustainable future by using solar panels and wind turbines.
Rail Week Ending 14 November 2020 - Rolling Averages Continue To Improve
November 21, 2020
Week 46 of 2020 shows same week total rail traffic (from the same week one year ago) improved according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
Why There Could Be Coal In Your Stockings
November 19, 2020
Europe’s economy is tanking due to shutdowns and the US is experiencing record high hospitalizations. The holiday shopping season is going to be terrible.
Why Investors Should Ignore Next Week’s Election
November 01, 2020
By Justin Spittler The biggest presidential election of our lifetimes is just around the corner. And if you watch cable news, you may feel like the fate of everything hangs in the balance, from our...
Solar, Wind And Water Dramatically Reduce Energy Use And Costs
October 21, 2020
Within five years, it will be more expensive to operate existing coal or natural gas power plants than to build new solar or wind farms.
Fossil Fuel Production Is Reaching Limits in a Strange Way
October 15, 2020
We need a new, very inexpensive energy source that buyers will willingly pay a disproportionately high price for right now, not 20 or 50 years from now.
Dominant Energy Supplier is Still Coal
September 13, 2020
Partly inspired by our recent trip throughout the West, and partly inspired by our long position in Teck Resources Limit which gained over 11% on Friday while the SPY closed basically flat, coal is the...
Today’s Energy Predicament – A Look at Some Charts
September 01, 2020
Today’s energy predicament is a strange situation that most modelers have never really considered. Let me explain some of the issues I see, using some charts.
If Biden Wins, Solar Stocks Could Go Ballistic
August 14, 2020
By Justin Spittler “We’re not just going to tinker around the edges. We’re going to make historic investments that will seize this moment in history.” Presidential front-runner Joe Biden said this last...
We Need to Change Our COVID-19 Strategy
August 10, 2020
We would like to think that we can eliminate COVID-19, but doing so is far from certain. The medical system has not been successful in eliminating HIV/AIDS or influenza; the situation with COVID-19 may...
U.S. Coal Consumption Down 50% From Peak
July 27, 2020
Although global coal consumption modestly declined in 2019, over the past decade it grew by an average annual rate of 0.8%. Nevertheless, global growth has been in a downtrend over the past five...
Why a Great Reset Based on Green Energy Isn’t Possible
July 17, 2020
Let’s look at a few of the misunderstandings that lead people to believe that the world economy can move to a Green Energy future.
Rail Week Ending Thursday, June 4 - Some Improvement
July 10, 2020
Week 27 of 2020 shows same week total rail traffic (from same week one year ago) contracted according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
Week 26 of 2020 shows same week total rail traffic (from same week one year ago) contracted according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
Week 23 of 2020 shows same week total rail traffic (from same week one year ago) contracted according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
Renewables Overtake Coal, Thanks To Natural Gas
June 04, 2020
Last week the Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported something extraordinary. For the first time in 135 years, last year U.S. consumption of renewables surpassed consumption of coal.
Week 21 of 2020 shows same week total rail traffic (from same week one year ago) contracted according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
Reports that China is considering limiting Australian coal imports doesn't bode well for AUD. If such speculation materializes, the fall for the currency may be quite significant.