The End of Oil
How to play the greatest shift in the energy market for 100 years
In this report you will discover:
- Why the collapse of the oil kings is imminent
- Three little charts and the coming solar revolution
- Winston Churchill’s greatest gamble
- How to play the race for “white diesel”
Dear Fellow Investor,
Oil’s place at the heart of the world economy is over. Empires will fall. And fortunes will be made.
If you’re pressed for time, that’s the three sentence version of what this report is about.
Of course, there’s a lot going on in those few sentences. A huge shift in the energy markets – dominated by oil and oil derivatives for so long – is under way. It is perhaps the greatest shift the energy world has or will see for a century. And it will entirely remake the world as we know it.
Nations that have long relied on oil as their route to wealth and power will, at best, suffer a decline and, at worst, collapse altogether.
In fact, earlier in the year I published a somewhat controversial report on the looming threat to oil dependent nations like Saudi Arabia. I called the report “Fall of the House of Saud”. If you didn’t see it, the idea was simple: the House of Saud – rulers of Saudi Arabia – has used the Kingdom’s oil reserves to accrue huge wealth and status. No oil, no power, no House of Saud.
It was a controversial claim – and a risk to publish. After all, Saudi Arabia is still one of the wealthiest nations on the planet, with the financial and political influence to get what it wants. So I’ll admit: I’ve been surprised by how quickly the story has moved from informed speculation to reality.
For instance, at the start of May, the Saudi’s sacked their Oil Minister of 20 years… and even renamed the Oil Ministry itself – replacing it with a new Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mining.
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