Natural Gas has a brighter future in transportation thanks to this exciting technology (Spoiler Alert: Not CNG)


Today I’m focusing on an exciting opportunity with the energy space that deserves more attention, especially as it relates to the future of transportation. It’s the storage of natural gas. Sure natural gas has been making headlines in recent years due to breakthroughs in fracking technology which has led to abundant supplies of this power source, but are we missing the bigger story here by not focusing on storage? I think the answer is yes. That’s why in the following podcast I highlight a subgroup within natural gas that could be much bigger than even compressed natural gas (CNG), the area Chesapeake Energy (CHK) and General Electric (GE) are collaborating to develop infrastructure solutions for. Tap the image below to see just what I’m talking about.


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John is a great energy strategist. I first noticed his writings in connection to the nuclear and uranium sector over 2 years ago. While uranium/nuclear was going through a slow period John had the vision to see the short/medium/long term potential of this energy source. John has continued to be a visionary and ahead of the pack in understanding this sector.
David Miller: CEO uranium miner Strathmore Minerals