Keystone Will Pass in 2015, So Any TransCanada Weakness Is a Buying Opportunity

Despite the Keystone XL pipeline falling short Tuesday by one vote in the Senate, the controversial project will likely be approved in 2015. Republicans, who take majority control of the Senate next year, plan to make the pipeline approval a priority. Thus any selloff today in shares of TransCanada  (TRP) should be viewed as a buying opportunity.

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Capstone Poised for Strong Growth as Supplier to Oil and Gas Producers

The pressure to maximize efficiency is growing for oil and gas producers, possibly setting up Captone Turbine (CPST) as a key supplier.

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Uranium Hints at Quiet Renaissance in Post-Fukishima Nuclear Space

Those involved in the nuclear industry haven’t had much to cheer about since the 2011 Fukushima disaster. However, spot uranium, used as a nuclear fuel, is quietly up a whopping 31% since May.

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Exxon, Chevron Show Keeping Refineries Has More Value Than Breakup

Lost in the translation of Exxon’s  (XOM)  and Chevron’s  (CVX) earnings reports was the surprising strength in their respective refinery segments. The same cheaper oil that crimped earnings upstream allowed wider margins in the downstream business. 

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Why Exxon Mobil’s Glory Days of Dominance May Be Ending

Energy behemoth Exxon Mobil  (XOM)  desperately needs new ways to boost earnings and offset slowing production. Cash flows are down with energy prices, so relying on dividend growth to boost shareholder value may not cut it anymore for some investors.

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