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Fiercer Than the Race for Oil or Natural Gas

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted April 12, 2007

I have to admit something--I don't know much about nuclear physics. You might not either, but I bet you know what a mushroom cloud looks like. Unfortunately, a filmstrip's worth of familiarity with nuclear fuel and its possible uses just won't do in this reinvigorated nuclear century.

Sounding the Peak Oil Alarm

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted April 2, 2007

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) has released an eighty-two page report warning us of the devastating impact of peak oil

Russia Draws the Lines

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted February 16, 2007

Cease-fire line, battle line or pipeline? With the Russian presence in Georgia's breakaway regions, lines are blurred.

Are Humans Smarter than Yeast?

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 13, 2006

As we all know, the warning signals we have received about energy, food, species extinction and global warming are just the most prominent issues.

Uranium Mining in Australia

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 1, 2006

Gold World editor Greg McCoach examines the investment climate of uranium mining in Australia.

Nuclear Problems and Solutions

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted May 22, 2006

Nuclear Power provides use with a reliable domestic power source, but new developments may now make it even better than it already is.

Three More Years of High Gas Prices

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted May 1, 2006

On Friday, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported that Iran failed to conform to a 30-day UN Security Council deadline to suspend uranium enrichment.

Natural Gas Crime Spree

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted January 30, 2006

Natural gas prices have plummeted over the past month-and-a-half on increasing supplies and unusually warm weather. But seasoned Wealth Daily readers know that today's prices won't hold for very long.

Lightspeed Computer Chips

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted November 10, 2005

As the Wealth Daily team at the east coast command office in Baltimore sat around one computer watching, through live streaming video, Senators grill big oil execs about their charitable contributions, I thought to myself just how far the Internet has come from the days of dial-up.

New Energy Infrastructure

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted October 10, 2005

Despite the zeal of the environmentalist left, there's a possibly that the U.S will allow energy companies to build new oil refineries.

Hurricanes Hate Oil Refineries

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 22, 2005

My girlfriend called me on her way home from work yesterday. She told me that she just filled up her car at $2.85/gallon. I told her to go back and fill up the trunk.

50 Ways to Save on Heating Bills

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 19, 2005

Many people I know are winterizing their house before the cold weather hits. I've found 50 things you can do to save money on your heating bills this winter.

Gas Prices Still High. Why?

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 12, 2005

Luke Burgess talks Gasoline Futures and Gulf Oil Production

Oil and Gas Prices

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted August 22, 2005

I flew to Chicago over the weekend for a bachelor party. And while I'd love to give you all the dirty details of Saturday night's exploits, I'm afraid that the information could "get into the wrong hands," if you know what I mean.

Ready for a Hybrid?

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted July 19, 2005

According to a new study on consumer interest in hybrid automobiles, it's becoming clear that the industry is doing a stellar job of getting the word out.