Market Focus: Energy
- Mar 03 Could Oil Prices Plummet a Second Time? by Oil Price
- Mar 03 Global Oil Glut Could Further Depress Oil Prices by Global Risk Insights
- Feb 27 How Much Crude Oil Do You Consume on a Daily Basis? by Oil Price
- Feb 27 Bottom in Oil and Energy Stocks Looks Suspicious by FS Staff
- Feb 26 Oil Price Collapse: Supply or Demand? by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Feb 26 OPEC’s Influence Has Long Been Exaggerated by Global Risk Insights
- Feb 25 Changing Trends: Stocks, Bonds, Gold, the U.S. Dollar, and Oil by Cris Sheridan
- Feb 23 Can Tesla’s Latest Venture Live Up to the Hype? by Oil Price
- Feb 23 Five Countries Most Affected by the Oil Price Crash by Global Risk Insights
- Feb 23 Energy Markets: Significant Volatility and Deleveraging May Lie Ahead by Sober Look
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: On the Record (Part 2)
Jan 3 – In part-two of a special year-end On The Record interview, John interviews Jim on an array of economic topics as well as his own philosophy on investing. In this segment, John asks Jim what makes him different as an investment advisor, and why...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: On The Record Part 1
Dec 27 – In part-one of a special year-end On The Record interview, Jim and John cover many economic and investment topics, including Jim’s views on peak oil, how the financial industry has changed since Jim started over 30 years ago...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The New World Oil Order (Part 2) – The Paper Chase and the Oil Glut
Dec 13 – Last week in the Big Picture Jim delved into the causes of oil’s big decline. This week, Jim will follow up on this theme, discussing a number of important questions; is this trend in oil permanent? If not, how long will it last? What will be the impact on the economy, good or bad?
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The New World Oil Order
Dec 6 – In Jim’s first Big Picture topic, he explores what has changed since July, when the price of WTI crude was $107 a barrel and is now selling in the $66 range. Has the world changed that much in five months? Jim looks at global economic growth rates, as well as the global supply of oil. He also discusses the critical topic of a shifting power structure in energy.
Peak Oil Reports
- BP Energy Outlook 2030
- BP Statistical Review
- DoE: Critical Materials Strategy
- IEA Oil Market Report
- Oil: The Next Revolution (Harvard)
- Sustainable Energy Security (Chatham)
- The Oil Crunch (ITPOES)
- Shell Energy Scenarios to 2050
- Status of World Oil Reserves ($)
- The Next Oil Shock (NZ Parliament)
- The Export Capacity Index (ASPO-USA)
"Oil and natural gas are depleting resources. Investment in these areas will be important in the years ahead." — Jim Puplava
"...we passed the peak on December 16, 2005." — Kenneth S. Deffeyes