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Two Ways to Cash in on Energy Security

by Dr. Kent Moors | published January 16th, 2014

Today, I want to talk about to you about a new investment opportunity.

It’s in energy security, and I have two money-making ways for you to play this trend.

It stems from the accelerating need to protect the production, transport, and distribution of our newfound wealth in oil and gas.

This point was hammered home yesterday with the release of Oil Security 2025: U.S. National Security Policy in an Era of Domestic Oil Abundance.

The 108-page report is the inaugural effort of the Commission on Energy and Geopolitics. Admiral Dennis Blair, former Director of National Intelligence and Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Command; and General Michael W. Hagee, 33rd Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, served as co-chairs.

Not surprisingly, the report reflects matters I have discussed before.

They include: the rise of security issues surrounding new domestic oil finds, increasing geopolitical tensions and the changes in the energy balance, both from a supply and a demand perspective.

In this case, the transition of supply from conventional to unconventional sources, combined with a new emphasis on domestic U.S. production, certainly has both global and security considerations.

But it’s the changes on the demand side that are even more striking…