Life after PDAC and Japan
Posted 2011-03-18 14:22Gilbert Chan
It’s been an eventful 2 weeks for me personally, to say the least, I have been in the hub of the greatest Mining conference on earth at PDAC, while be devastated by the news of Japan on my way back to

Indium:the surprising rare metal that falls under the radar screen
Posted 2010-09-14 18:21Gilbert Chan
Rarely did I see such an interesting image.

Where the King of Natural Gas Forecasting Says Prices Are Headed
Posted 2010-08-31 15:52Keith Schaefer
First Energy analyst Martin King – whom I believe has called the natural gas market in North America better than anybody over the last two years – gave up on the likelihood of higher natural gas price

NAI announces the completion of successful first China Investor Road Show
Posted 2010-08-09 17:23Gilbert Chan
NAI Interactive Ltd. ("NAI") is pleased to announce the successful completion of the NAI China road show on June 26th 2010.

Spills and Chills
Posted 2010-06-30 09:15David Coffin
On the rare occasions that political rhetoric seems to understate a problem, it’s big. BP has a big problem in the Gulf of Mexico, which they are now properly laying out.

Raw Land Can Be Worth $Millions$, Oilpatch Buyouts Show
Posted 2010-06-24 11:17Keith Schaefer
Today’s buyout of Ryland Oil (RYL-TSX) by Crescent Point Energy (CPG-TSX) is a good example of how large “resource plays” can get valued by investors.

How Canadian Oilsands Can Go Green – At Less Than $10/barrel
Posted 2010-06-03 11:42Keith Schaefer
A large part of Canada’s massive oil sands deposits could become one of the most “green” energies on the planet, by using electricity to heat up and break down the heavy oil.

The New Truth About Natural Gas Could Shock the Market
Posted 2010-05-28 16:02Keith Schaefer
Investor sentiment is changing – to the positive – on natural gas. Despite record or near record injection levels into storage in the US most weeks, gas prices have remained steady or even risen.

Golden Goose vs. Black Swans
Posted 2010-05-19 09:59David Coffin
April ushered in both broader evidence of recovery in parts of the Western economy, and a series of both ecological and economic “events” that are quite worrisome.

North American Natural Gas – Production Declines – What Happened?
Posted 2010-04-20 17:09Cameron Bailey
We entered last winter heating season with a record amount of gas in storage and a record amount of gas supply, primarily from the exuberance of investors to provide capital to producers for them to a