Exactly How Rising U.S. Production is Affecting You

by | published January 10th, 2017

Since last Friday’s close, crude oil prices have dropped just over 4%. The reason is simple: concern over rising U.S. shale oil production.

Indeed, ever since the November 30 meeting in Vienna where OPEC promised to cut oil production, the U.S. response has been the focus of global markets.

What happens here may well decide whether OPEC’s Vienna Accord is successful or not.

And now that the American oil patch is waking up, there’s a few things you, as an investor, needs to know before you invest…

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How Trump’s Exxon Pick is Changing Global Oil Markets

by | published January 5th, 2017

For energy investors, one of the most important Cabinet positions in the upcoming Trump administration may turn out to be the Secretary of State, not Energy.

As Dr. Kent Moors explained to his Energy Capital Research Group Intelligence, Trump’s current candidate for that position, Rex Tillerson, is not only the CEO of Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM), but he has extensive connections to the Russian oil industry.

Tillerson’s nomination could have huge implications for Russia, and the global oil industry as a whole… Click here to read Dr. Moors’ full briefing.