10 questions with energy expert James Allen

Aristotelis Onassis, one of the wealthiest men in history, once said:

“The secret in business is knowing something nobody else knows.”

I would argue the same secret is true for investing. Knowing of an opportunity before the masses can deliver the biggest windfalls.

That’s why I’ve asked Southbank Investment Research’s chief energy expert to answer 10 questions for you.

You see, James Allen has uncovered what could be the biggest opportunity for British investors.

It’s about a revolutionary fuel he’s been telling his readers about for months now. And those who listened to his advice already had the chance to double their money.

Read on below to find out more about what could be “Bigger than North Sea Oil,” for Britain.

You’ve been advising Southbank Investment Research readers on energy for two years now. Can you give us a short intro for those who don’t know you?

Before starting at Southbank Investment Research, I was working in New York as a bureau chief for an energy market newswire. I have a decade of experience in the energy markets.

My time in New York has given me a whole load of contacts inside the energy market trading community. I’ve rubbed shoulders with execs and CEOs from all the major energy companies and exchanges. I’ve attended all the “can’t-miss” conferences across the globe.

Now, working at Southbank Investment Research, I can use those resources exactly how I want to use them. I can sniff out the opportunities at the heart of the energy revolutions… finding the next Googles and Amazons of the energy world.

Can investors really make money from alternative sources of energy?

I want to put to bed a common misconception about the financial benefits of investing for climate change. Everyone knows about the well-publicised ethical merits, but there are serious investment opportunities on the table too. Investing ethically and generating superior financial returns are certainly not mutually exclusive.

I read recently that decarbonisation is the single biggest investment that the world has had to make in peacetime, and, when you look at the numbers, it’s true.

By 2050, the world needs to spend $50 trillion to slash emissions and meet the Paris Agreement’s goal of curbing global warming.

These numbers are larger than any other possible investment opportunity out there today by an order of magnitude.

Can you name me any other equivalent long-term structural growth opportunities around like that? I can’t think of any.

In short, if you know where to look, there are serious opportunities for investors to make considerable returns.

In fact, investors who have taken bets on the shift from fossil fuels to clean energy are being richly rewarded already. The iShares Clean Energy exchange-traded fund (ETF) has risen by 32% so far this year, streaking far ahead of the oil-dominated Vanguard Energy ETF, which has risen by only 1%.

Indeed, with the rapid fall of costs in wind and solar power, the economics of renewable energy are becoming “irresistible”, according to Mark Lewis of BNP Paribas Asset Management.

Your readers already had the chance to double their money from investing in a new, revolutionary fuel. Can you tell us what this is all about?

It’s about a new fuel that I call “waterfuel”.

It’s what the name implies. A fuel made from water.

But it’s three times stronger than oil. And when you burn it, it turns back into water.

It’s a total game-changer for the energy markets.

Former Saudi Arabian oil minister Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani once said, “the day they use [“waterfuel”] for transportation, this is the day that oil disappears”.

That’s how revolutionary this fuel can be…

But transportation is not its only use.

It can heat your home far more efficiently than gas.

It can run machines, trucks and factories.

It can even jet aeroplanes across the world.

And my readers have already made 105% gains (at the time of writing) from just one tiny UK company. This little-known company is at the epicentre of this energy revolution here in the UK.

Past performance are not a reliable indicator of future results

It’s providing the necessary technology for producing “waterfuel.”

Interesting. So how can “waterfuel” help the UK?

As soon as next year, the British government is going to be forced to take drastic action to address a national emergency.

The emergency is not about Brexit, austerity or the NHS, or any of the other huge difficulties faced by our islands at the moment.

You could argue it’s something potentially far more devastating and with even wider implications.

The emergency concerns climate change.

Specifically, how Britain is going to meet its emission targets, agreed in the Climate Change Act 2008.

So what’s the solution?

You guessed it. It’s “waterfuel”.

If we just use “waterfuel” for heating, we would remove almost a fifth of the UK’s total carbon emissions.

This is equivalent to removing all the cars from London’s streets.

Plus, studies show that converting to “waterfuel” will be £150 billion to £200 billion cheaper than other fuel sources.

You should know that our National Grid was originally designed for “waterfuel”.

So the transition from natural gas to “waterfuel” might happen sooner than many expect.

In fact, on 15 October 2019 the government announced it “will go further and faster to tackle climate change.”

And MPs of the influential Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee have said the rules should be changed as soon as next year to allow “waterfuel” into the National Grid.

Is “waterfuel” only a UK thing?

No, far from it. Although the UK is well positioned to be a world leader in “waterfuel,” it is not the only country investing in it.

In fact, momentum is increasing globally.

The rollout has already begun… Even the Saudis have started to invest. And they’re not the only ones:

  • Germany is investing $110 million…
  • France has a €100 million investment plan…
  • In California, another $900 million project is underway…
  • The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo is planned to be powered by “waterfuel”…
  • China has effectively replaced its subsidies for electric vehicles and replaced them with subsidies for “waterfuel”-powered cars instead.

It seems that staggering amounts of money are moving to “waterfuel”. Do you have any financial projections that you want to share with us?

According to Morgan Stanley and McKinsey, “waterfuel” will create a new market worth $2.5 trillion per year.

On top of that, Morgan Stanley says close to $20 trillion of investment will be necessary for the transition to happen.

As you can see, money is flowing to this market.

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results

Indeed… For the UK, what could be the impact of this fuel?

Well, as I mentioned, the UK is well placed to be a world leader in “waterfuel”.

The UK Energy Research Centre says “A ‘waterfuel’ economy could be a major differentiator for the UK’s energy, transport and industrial sectors with substantial export potential.”

According to scientists and economists the potential benefits “could easily equal the whole production of North Sea oil.” 

That’s around £850 billion added to our economy.

Imagine what that could do for our country – and how much more stable our children’s future could be.

An £850 billion nest egg would be worth £13,000 for every person in Britain…

Or it’d help cut our eye-watering national debt in half…

Or it could help build roads, hospitals and new schools to educate the next generation.

What’s the timeline here? Is this a technology we can expect to see in the next few years?

Well… it’s happening now.

In the transportation sector, General Motors, Amazon, Walmart and courier firm DHL are all already creating fleets of vehicles powered entirely by “waterfuel”.

That could be the start of a much bigger shift away from “traditional” vehicles (or even electric cars) – and towards “waterfuel”-powered engines.

As the great-grandson of Henry Ford and executive chairman of Ford Motor Company said: “I believe “waterfuel” could end the 100-year reign of the internal combustion engine.”

Hyundai is getting in on the act too. It plans to spend $6.7 billion to increase the number of “waterfuel” powered cars it produces 200-fold. It’s working closely with a startup formed by executives from Google, Tesla and Uber to do this.

As Hyundai vice chairman Euisun Chung says: “We are confident that “waterfuel” will transcend the transportation sector and become a leading global economic success.”

Interesting. I heard you have another “waterfuel” recommendation coming out on Friday. Are there many ways to make gains in this market?

Exactly. My new recommendation is a company that makes the machines that turn “waterfuel” into power.

As you may remember, “waterfuel” can power everything:

Cars… buses… aeroplanes… machines… trucks… and factories.

As governments and companies are investing in “waterfuel”… the demand for this company’s product will increase.

It makes total sense… and this is why I’m recommending this company next.

For everyone interested, where can they get more information about “waterfuel” and your two recommendations?

I’ve put together an urgent briefing.

Anyone can watch it today to understand historic opportunity in front of us.

And also find out how to access my two “waterfuel” recommendations.

Just click here to find out how you can invest before everyone else finds out about “waterfuel”.

All the best,

Nick O’Connor
Editor, Southbank Investment Research

Category: Energy

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