The change is both unexpected and so fundamental in nature that it represents a true shift in the energy macro and micro economic landscape. The book is divided into three parts: Continue reading ‘The Energy World Is Flat’
A debate with BlackRock about the energy sector.
Why oil and gas prices are likely to stay lower for longer. Efficiency and oversupply added to disruptive technologies.
Risks and opportunities in a sector that has overspent for a decade.
Careful with value traps.
Relevance of understanding the capex cycle and the multiples paid for low returns.
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|The Energy World is Flat: Opportunities from the End of Peak Oil
By: Daniel Lacalle & Diego Parilla
ISBN: 978-1-118-86800-3 | Mar 2015
A stronger, more informed approach to the energy markets
Providing a forward-looking analysis of the energy markets, and addressing the implications of their rapid transformation. Grounded in experience with the world of high finance, this book relays a realist perspective of the current and future state of the energy markets. Readers will be brought up to date on the latest developments, and learn strategies that help investors profit. An examination of the markets’ history draws parallels between past and current shifts, and discussion of technological advancements helps readers understand the issues driving change. These include:
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