Robert Rapier is a chemical engineer who works in the energy industry. He is the Director of Alternative Fuels Technology for ZHRO LLC, a Chandler, Arizona-based energy technology-development company. Mr. Rapier has over 20 years of international engineering experience in the chemicals, oil and gas, and renewable energy industries, and holds several patents related to his work. He has worked in the areas of oil refining, natural gas production, synthetic fuels, ethanol production, butanol production, and various biomass to energy projects. Mr. Rapier is the author of Power Plays: Energy Options in the Age of Peak Oil. He is also chief investment strategist for The Energy Strategist at Investing Daily. Mr. Rapier has appeared on 60 Minutes, The History Channel, Business News Network, and PBS, and his energy-themed articles have appeared in numerous media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, The Economist, and Forbes.
NRG Energy (NRG) — a favorite speculative idea for the coming year — operates as an integrated power company in the United States. It operates throughout Texas (69% of 2020 revenues), East (26%), and West (5%), asserts Robert Rapier, editor of Investing Daily's Utility Forecaster.
Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) is one of the largest publicly traded midstream (i.e., pipeline and storage) companies in the world. It is also the largest master limited partnership (MLP) and one of the largest energy companies by market cap, observes Robert Rapier, editor of Investing Daily's Utility Forecaster.
Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) is one of the largest publicly traded midstream (i.e., pipeline and storage) companies in the world, suggests Robert Rapier, editor of Investing Daily's Utility Forecaster.
Pembina Pipeline Corp. (PBA) engages in the provision of transportation and midstream services; the company was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada, observes Robert Rapier, editor of Investing Daily's Utility Forecaster.
Robert Rapier discusses the headwinds facing the energy industry. It has been a difficult year but contrary to popular opinion energy demand is still growing points out Rapier.
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