Charles Skorina looks at the new crew at NYU.
Charles Skorina looks at the top public endowments and discusses performance with Erik Lundberg.
Guest columnist Charles Skorina looks at the five-headed NYC pension system with its new leader, Scott Evans.
(March 24 update) We present here recent anecdotals on the subject of climate change. It’s a topic that affects many industries: insurance, real estate, energy (renewable and non-), food, water, national defense, to name a few. Investment opportunities arise when there is a divergence of opinion, as is uniquely the case in the United States […]
Oilprice.com's Ky Krauthamer looks at corruption in China's oil industry.
Charles Skorina revisits his famous "public Ivys" study.
As violence overtakes Ukraine in the east and Russian soldiers amass on the borders, it might be time to take a serious look at what Moscow's stated grievances are and why Ukraine's new leaders need to look east for unity and how they missed the boat on energy.
Daniel J. Graeber, Oilprice.com, on the rising pricing at the pump in the U.S.
What does the Ukraine mean for energy in Europe? Robert Bensh, Oilprice.com, explores.
The U.S. explores four key areas of methane emissions. Nicholas Cunningham, Oilprice.com, reports.
New research at MIT may reduce costs of solar cells. John Daly, Oilprice.com reports.
George Soros advocates putting pressure on Putin by depressing oil prices. Charles Kennedy, Oilprice.com, reports.
The profile of the West African oil and gas markets are changing. James Burgess, Oilprice.com reports.
James Stafford, Oilprice.com, looks at the Ukrainian presidential election and what this might mean for European energy.
Rory Johnston, Oilprice.com, explores the financial implications of a carbon-constrained future.
Much has been made about the effects the Russian political situation and the effects it may have on thee European energy supply. Daniel J. Graeber, Oilprice.com, investigates.
Planned retirement for many U.S. coal plants is on the rise. Nick Cunningham, Oilprice.com reports.
Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula is now Russia’s. It was done with an impressively organized non-violent military operation, and supported by the foregone conclusion of a referendum on independence from Ukraine. One Ukrainian soldier was reportedly killed on 18 March, after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the treaty to annex the Crimea and troops moved to take over a Ukrainian military facility in Simferopol. The US has imposed largely symbolic sanctions on Russian officials who have no American assets to freeze and would be fine foregoing trips to the US, but the game is over. Ukrainian troops have been ordered to disengage entirely, and Russia will keep its tanks from rolling into Eastern Ukraine. We’ll hear a lot of rhetoric for the next six months before Crimea is forgotten. From an energy perspective, the Crimea is not a major loss for Ukraine, and now it’s up to the new government to get real shale development in motion, and for Turkey to face up to its own strategic realities and join forces with Ukraine to harness LNG potential, according to Ukraine energy expert Robert Bensh.
James Burgess, Oilprice.com, explores the potential for damage to the U.S. electrical grid.
Will the Ukraine gain energy independence? James Stafford, Oilprice.com reports.
CAIA Association and IMCA Team Up To Provide Alternative Investment Certificate for Investment AdvisersMar 13th, 2014 | Filed under: Featured Post
In response to the global growth of alternative investment products now available in multiple wrappers, including liquid alternative mutual funds, the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association and the Investment Management Consultants Association® (IMCA®), today launched the Fundamentals of Alternative Investment Certificate Program®. With alternative investments currently representing $10 trillion in assets under management and […]
Crude oil is now a common passenger on trains. Oilprice.com's Daniel J. Graeber reports.
89 out of 100 U.S. nuclear plants received high grades from the NRC. What about the rest? Joao Peixe, Oilprice.com, investigates.
John Daly, Oilprice.com, explores Scotland's energy woes.
Is a nukes-for-oil swap in the offing for Iran and Russia? Oilprice.com's James Burgess reports.
Is cyber-terrorism the next big threat to the energy markets. Daniel J. Graeber of Oilprice.com reports.
Potential for new coal export terminal comes at a critical point as other terminals are closed. James Burgess, Oilprice.com, reports
New U.S. fracking guidelines released by the Environmental Protection Agency. Oilprice.com's Charles Kennedy investigates.
Thinking about where to put your oil money? Keep thinking. Oilprice.com's Daniel J. Graeber reports.
Could the solution to storing nuclear waste be sitting in a shaker on your kitchen counter? The U.S. is exploring salt beds as a long-term nuclear waste storage solution. Charles Kennedy, Oilprice.com, investigates.
Post-Fukushima,Japan looks at alternatives to its nuclear power program. John Daly reports.
Maria van der Hoeven, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency talks to James Stafford, OilPrice.com.
Chesapeake Energy Corp.'s former CEO launches new energy fund. Joao Peixe, Oilprice.com, reports.
Are the coal mines collapsing on the canaries? Nick Cunningham, Oilprice.com, reports that there is little to sing about in the coal industry.
Will Iceland's Deep Drill be the next alternative energy solution? John Daly, Oilprice.com, looks at alternatives to alternative energy solutions.
Can Nigeria replace the Russian Federation as a natural gas supplier? John Daly, Oilprice.com columnist reports.
John Daly, Oilprice.com, looks at the renewable battery start-up firm that has caught the eyes of Bill Gates, Kleiner Perkins, Foundation Capital and more.
James Burgess of Oilprice.com discusses the future of alternative energy.
A new report from Oxford University says crude oil price volatility is undermining global growth. Joao Peixe reports.
Could Europe be on the verge of a shale gas break-through? Daniel Graber investigates.
As China looks at reducing its coal usage, the country's coal producers are under the gun. Nick Cunningham investigates.
A new study looks at clean-tech coal and the verdict says "not yet." Oilprice.com columnist Charles Kennedy reports.
Italy may have more to offer than just olive oil. Rory Johnstone, Oilprice.com, looks at the country's oil reserve and what it may mean for Italy's economy.
As the face of oil production changes, so does the balance of power. Daniel J. Graeber, Oilprice.com columnist looks at the geographic future of oil.
John Daly, Oilprice.com columnist, looks at alternative energy storage and a potential break-through at Harvard.
To market, to market, to buy.... Oilprice.com columnist Claude Salhani looks at the oil pipelines and getting product to market.
Joao Peixe, Oilprice.com columnist, looks at shale gas exploration in Britain's East Midlands.
James Burgess of OilPrice.com looks at the conflict over water rights that could scuttle Africa's largest hydro-power project.