Oil & Energy Investor by Dr. Kent Moors

The Situation Room: My London Meetings Approach

by | published June 24th, 2019

Good morning, everyone, and welcome back from the weekend. It’s about to get very busy around here. This week, everything I’ll be working on is centered on my series of meetings in London and evaluating risk in the Persian Gulf region.

Tomorrow I set out for London to meet with some Middle Eastern colleagues to discuss a wide range of topics. To the extent that I can, I will be taking you along with me to listen in.

In the meantime, here’s what else I’ll be watching for the upcoming week…

Going from the Red Planet to the Gulf Coast – and How You Could Profit

by | published June 22nd, 2019

With all that’s going in the world of geopolitics – and my involvement in it (a discussion for another time) – sometimes it’s nice to come back to relatively simple territory.

So, before I head off to London for meetings with some of my Middle Eastern colleagues, I’d like to return to a topic that recently I’ve been somewhat neglecting.

That, of course, is the topic of my other specialty, oil drilling.

I’ve been to more drilling sites than I can count, and for the last several decades, most of them have relied on the tried and true methods of pulling oil out of the ground to send it off to folks like us to use as fuel.

However, the nature of the energy world is to never stay stagnant for long.

This philosophy is being shown in great detail by the newest innovation in energy, by using the Earth’s natural emissions to our benefit.

Here’s what I mean