The New Cold War: The “Putinization” of Uranium Part 2

Yesterday we began looking at the factors involved in Uranium production and how Vladimir Putin is using those factors to his advantage. Today we will continue to look at uranium and how it will affect world energy production for years to come. In an … [Read more...]

The New Cold War: The “Putinization” of Uranium

Although we don't like to admit it,  Uranium is a big part of the energy picture with roughly 16 of the world's electricity coming from nuclear power. In the U.S. it is almost the same at 19%, with 37% coming from coal, 30% from Natural Gas, 7% from … [Read more...]

Amir Adnani: Post-Fukushima Uranium

By Admir Adnani, Casey Research Demand for electricity has tripled worldwide over the last three decades… so is there still a future for uranium? To see the video... … [Read more...]

Natgas Down, Opportunity Up

By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist, Casey Research The energy market is a complex beast, its many parts interconnected through a multitude of linkages. When one part fails, the entire system reacts: certain linkages are burdened … [Read more...]

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Doug Casey: Glowing Prospects for Uranium

On September 22, 2011, Karen Roche and JT Long of The Energy Report interviewed renowned speculator and financial author Doug Casey on his views about uranium. Read here why Doug thinks despite the recent bad press, “yellowcake” has a bright … [Read more...]

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Germany- a Nuclear Power Trendsetter?

By Marin Katusa, Casey Energy Opportunities In a dramatic about-face, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced last Monday that Germany will phase out nuclear power completely by 2022, shutting down its nine operational reactors and never restarting the … [Read more...]

China Is Winning the Energy Race

By Marin Katusa, Casey’s Energy Opportunities Stop the presses. The United States is no longer the world’s biggest consumer of energy. After topping the energy consumption charts for more than a century, the U.S. has been left behind as China … [Read more...]