The Situation Room: New Port Expansions Could Skyrocket U.S. Energy to the Stratosphere

The Situation Room: New Port Expansions Could Skyrocket U.S. Energy to the Stratosphere

by | published December 23rd, 2019

Welcome back from the weekend, Oil & Energy Investors.

Marina and I are gearing up for the holiday, but my work doesn’t stop when there’s a lit pine tree in the house.

This upcoming week will see me continuing my focus on several ongoing situations in the world, and taking a look at some new developments as well.

And there is one situation in particular that is holding my attention.

Let’s get started…

1. The Company Operating in the Shadows

If you’ve been keeping an eye on your inbox over the last week or so, you’ll be aware of a story that I’ve been following for over two years now.

It’s a company operating a “ghost fleet” in the shadows… and not entirely legally. It is currently the subject of an ongoing investigation into its private dealings. If you’d like to start at the beginning of this story, just click here.

So, this week, I’ll be continuing this exposé on Glencore’s trading violations. Stay tuned for the next installment.

2. Expansion in Corpus Christi

The Port of Corpus Christi has long been a strategic location for the U.S.’s energy exports. Located on the western Gulf of Mexico, it’s the “third-largest port in the U.S. in total revenue tonnage, and a leader in U.S. crude oil exports.”

And it’s expanding by the year.

This week, I’ll be analyzing new figures on the rising oil export capacity coming from additional Corpus Christi area infrastructure facilities to be completed over the next several months.

One industry set to greatly benefit from the expansions at Corpus Christi is liquefied natural gas (LNG).

LNG is a vital resource that enables us to heat our homes, cook our food, and can be used as a transportation fuel, particularly in the shipping industry.

And the U.S. is one of the top exporters benefiting from the lucrative LNG sector. In fact, U.S. LNG has been expanding so rapidly that a new terminal at Corpus Christi is vital to keep it going.

Not to mention that the profit opportunities are abundant. Just click here to learn about one of them.

Have a wonderful holiday, everyone.



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