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  • Two ways to make a passive income from cryptos
  • There are many different ways to make money from cryptos… You can invest in them. You can trade them. You can even make money through arbitrage, which is when you buy and sell a crypto simultaneously to take advantage of the price difference. But did you know you can actually make passive income from cryptos? I'm talking about…         Recommended:  ______... ››› more
  • [02 September 2019]
  • Is South Africa about to turn into a major oil and gas producer?
  • On Thursday 7 February French oil and gas company, Total, announced a major discovery. It discovered gas condensates 175km off the coast from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape. This discovery was termed as ‘world class' by Total. President Ramaphosa mentioned it in his state of the nation address. And it's been a talking point in many newspapers these past two weeks. So how big ... ››› more
  • [20 February 2019]
  • The demand for renewables is still growing, here's how you can play it
  • I recently wrote an article detailing the unstoppable global trends that have made many people billions of dollars throughout history. Just to recap, the trends are energy (renewables), technology, war, healthcare and demographics. I said that these trends have been at the centre of wealth creation since the dawn of time. And as we look towards the future, these trends will continue to gener... ››› more
  • [07 January 2016]
  • This once in 40-year event could pop a $1.5 trillion debt bubble soon…
  • Since the mid-1970s, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has controlled the price of oil... Cutting production when it got too low and opening up the floodgates when the price got too high. That's what the world expects OPEC to do. That's what OPEC has always done. But for once OPEC is defying all logic… OPEC's seemingly illogical move will send the oil price... ››› more
  • [28 November 2014]
  • Could government's move to get its slice of new energy action backfire?
  • The South African government's plans to take a 20% stake in all new energy projects is under fire. The ANC want to push a change to the current law through before the next general election. But industry experts warn the move could mean SA misses out on opportunities as companies will simply take their business elsewhere. Let's take a closer look at the proposal… What the amendment to the bill ... ››› more
  • [28 May 2014]
  • A potential energy revolution: The shift from crude oil to natural gas
  • In most countries, there's a very high reliance on petrol and diesel. Oil is powering cars, vans, trucks, ships and trains. As this continues, there's another energy source that could become widespread in its use. And that natural gas. It's cheaper, cleaner and quieter than crude oil products. So what does it mean if there's a shift to natural gas? And is there a potential for you to profit from t... ››› more
  • [26 May 2014]
  • African investment opportunity: Nigerian oil and gas producer to list on Monday
  • In news just in, Nigerian firm SEPLAT Petroleum Development Company is to list simultaneously on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) and London Stock Exchange (LSE) on Monday. SEPLAT aims to raise $500 million from its listing. But what is SEPLAT all about? And could it be worth looking at as an investment opportunity? Let's take a closer look… ****************************************************... ››› more
  • [09 April 2014]
  • Ukrainians will pay 50% more for gas come 1 May
  • In an effort to secure a new aid package from the International Monetary Fund, domestic consumers in Ukraine will pay 50% more for gas come the start of May. The Ukrainian state energy company, Naftogaz made the announcement yesterday. Let's take a closer look at why the government is putting through such a high increase… The price of gas must rise to meet demands by the IMF Ukraine is desp... ››› more
  • [26 March 2014]
  • The Idiot's Guide to Making Money in the Resource Sector
  • Investing in oil drillers or gold miners is a risky business. I mean, whether it's mining for gold thousands of feet underground here in the Wits basin or drilling for oil in the North Sea, it's not always easy to make profits in the mining business. And picking the right investments in the mining sector is just as tricky. But there is a safer approach to resource investing. ... ››› more
  • [18 November 2013]
  • What the "Middle East Effect" means for oil prices and for you
  • You might have notice you're paying more for petrol now than you were a few months ago? Well the good news is the price of oil is falling again. We're finally looking down at $100 per barrel of oil, from much higher prices. With history as our guide, there's a clear indication that this downtrend for oil prices isn't over, either. Today we'll get into an oily discussion and I'll tell y... ››› more
  • [07 November 2013]
  • France to lend €100 million to Eskom for renewables
  • Earlier today, it emerged that France is to lend parastatal Eskom €100 million for investing in a solar power station and a wind farm. Today sees the start of a two day visit of French leader Francois Hollande to South Africa. Let's take a closer look at what this means for Eskom... France is to “lend €100 million to power utility Eskom” to allow it to fund renewable energy projects, rep... ››› more
  • [14 October 2013]
  • Sasol's new gas-powered plant shows Eskom how it's done
  • South Africa's power supply is under huge strain. And with news that there's going to be a delay in getting Eskom's Medupi Power Station on line, it's clear the country's current electricity deficit is only going to get worse. Now Sasol's latest gas powered plant is putting the electricity giant to shame by showing Eskom how to complete a project ahead of schedule… Eskom made waves on Monday ... ››› more
  • [12 July 2013]
  • You can profit from the 'cheap oil' revolution today
  • In the mid 1800's oil mania hit America. As the country industrialized it soon became clear that oil would be one of the most important resources in a mechanizing world. There was a huge rush for this ‘black gold' and some got very rich from it. None more so than John D Rockerfeller - The world's first billionaire. But now a new energy revolution is sweeping across America, and this ti... ››› more
  • [09 July 2013]
  • The Medupi saga continues as Basil Read seeks legal action
  • It seems the Basil Read/Gast saga is far from over. First Basil Read came under the spotlight for terminating an R83 million contract with geosynthetic project contractor Gast on the Medupi Power Station. Now, it appears Basil Read is taking its dispute with Gast a step further… Earlier this month, we reported that construction giant, Basil Read had removed Gast from the Medupi Power Station ... ››› more
  • [24 June 2013]
  • PetroSA and Sasol team up to look for oil in the ‘Orange Basin'
  • In an attempt to find new oil reserves, oil and gas companies are flocking to South Africa's West Coast, after being prompted by massive oil and gas finds along the Mozambique coast, reports Fin24. Now PetroSA and Sasol are teaming up to beat global competitors, like ExxonMobile, to the crunch… Reports that PetroSA and Sasol will search for oil and gas in South Africa’s offshore Orange Basi... ››› more
  • [11 June 2013]
  • Eskom in trouble as ‘cracks' appear at its Medupi power station
  • “Eskom's long-delayed Medupi power station project has been knocked by another hitch, with listed construction and civil engineering group Basil Read terminating an R83 million contract that it had sub-contracted to engineering solutions provider Gast,” reports The Business Report. On the back of this news, economists are scrambling to figure out how this will affect the Medupi's December comp... ››› more
  • [11 June 2013]
  • Oil traders, put your focus on shale gas instead of tomorrow's OPEC meeting!
  • OPEC, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, is set to meet in Vienna tomorrow to discuss oil policies. But world powers aren't concerned. They believe OPEC's lost its power as the US shale gas boom is keeping prices down. Here's why…   While OPEC meetings have been “unpredictable and quarrelsome in the past”, oil traders shouldn’t worry about tomorrow’s OPEC meeting,... ››› more
  • [30 May 2013]
  • 2012's most hated commodity is becoming 2013's fastest growing one!
  • A couple of years ago shale gas was the talk of the town. Companies all over the USA were acquiring new shale gas fields, spending billions on their exploration budgets and the commodity was set to be the next BIG thing… But massive discoveries led to production of shale gas coming online very fast. This led to an instant over supply in the US shale gas market. The price of the commodity... ››› more
  • [23 May 2013]
  • The lower-than-expected natural gas price announcement means you'll pay more for petrol!
  • Following months of discussion, the Ministry of Petroleum in India has finally settled on a price of $6.77 per unit for natural gas. This price has now been put forward to the cabinet committee on economic affairs and, if accepted, it'll be made applicable for all other gas fields in the country, which will have a global impact. Here's what this means for your pocket at the end of the day…  ... ››› more
  • [22 May 2013]
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