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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 16th, 2024 | 06:45 CEST

Saturn Oil + Gas, RWE, thyssenkrupp - Full speed ahead in energy and heavy industry

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • renewableenergies

The oil and gas industry has evolved significantly thanks to technological developments. The Canadian energy company Saturn Oil & Gas has already completed four successful wells in southeast Missouri, USA, in the first quarter of 2024, with promising results. Further strategic investments, such as the acquisition of assets and financing commitments, strengthen Saturn Oil & Gas as an industry leader. RWE reports positive quarterly results. Despite lower earnings in the 'Flexible Generation' segment, the Company is optimistic due to the expansion of renewable energy projects. Thyssenkrupp reported stable results in the second quarter, although order intake and sales were down compared to the previous year. CEO Miguel López emphasizes the progress made in Marine Systems. Despite challenges, thyssenkrupp is sticking to its forecasts. Where is an investment worthwhile?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on May 15th, 2024 | 06:45 CEST

Volkswagen, Desert Gold, RWE - There is significant upside potential here

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • Electromobility
  • Energy

The search for stocks with upside potential is like a treasure hunt in the depths of the financial markets. It combines analysis and intuition to find companies with solid fundamentals, innovation, and a good market environment for growth. Investors must show foresight and recognize many factors that make a share special. We have selected three candidates who have not stood out in recent months but still have significant catch-up potential.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 23rd, 2024 | 07:15 CEST

RWE, Kraken Energy, Nel ASA - Germany's industry under pressure

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

Germany is pursuing its own path in energy policy and will rely entirely on renewable energies in future. Robert Habeck emphasized that Germany is now independent of Russian gas. However, there is no talk of independence, as Germany has become a net importer of electricity, indirectly importing gas from Russia and even nuclear power. This is because the energy storage facilities in Germany for renewable energies are not even sufficient for one hour. In addition, Germany has some of the highest electricity prices, which is already prompting industry to relocate some of its production abroad. Nuclear power is an emission-free alternative, and many power plants are being built worldwide. Uranium could become scarce here. Whether hydrogen can solve the energy storage problem is currently questionable.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 8th, 2024 | 06:30 CEST

Volkswagen, Altech Advanced Materials, RWE - Use the dip in electrification companies for your portfolio

  • Technology
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

The future is electric. With the growing number of electric vehicles, energy storage technologies are also gaining enormous importance. These technologies form the backbone of a reliable, environmentally friendly energy landscape - they store energy from renewable sources and ensure that electricity flows even when the sun and wind are taking a break. Such progress not only promises a smaller ecological footprint but also a new era of energy independence. We have selected three companies that are helping with electrification.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 21st, 2024 | 06:45 CET

Energy in transition: RWE, Kraken Energy, and Plug Power in focus

  • renewableenergies
  • fossilfuels
  • Hydrogen

The energy sector remains in flux. RWE was able to double its adjusted EBITDA. CEO Markus Krebber, who has been in office since 2021, is doing everything he can to make the energy giant fit for renewable energies. Under the term "Phaseout Technologies," he aims to bid farewell to nuclear energy and fossil fuels. However, nuclear energy is a low-carbon and adequate supply for many industrialized nations. There are 93 reactors in the USA alone, which account for 20% of the national energy supply. This is reason enough for Kraken Energy to explore uranium deposits in the US in order to establish the shortest possible supply chains. The US is also a pioneer in hydrogen technologies. Plug Power can, therefore, look forward to a considerable amount of government funding and is becoming a job engine...

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Commented by Armin Schulz on March 20th, 2024 | 07:00 CET

RWE, Almonty Industries, Nel ASA - Emission-free energy as a booster for the portfolio?

  • Mining
  • Tungsten
  • renewableenergies
  • Hydrogen

The search for an emission-free energy future is one of the most urgent undertakings of our time. In the face of increasing climate challenges and the growing need to reduce global carbon emissions drastically, innovative energy solutions are becoming the focus of scientific and public attention. At the heart of this energy revolution lie three key technologies: Fusion reactors, renewables and hydrogen. These three fields of technology form the cornerstones of an emission-free energy future. They promise not only a sustainable energy supply but also the transformation of our energy systems towards greater efficiency, security and climate compatibility.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on March 4th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

Kraken Energy, RWE, Plug Power - Is Germany reconsidering its nuclear phase-out?

  • Mining
  • Energy
  • renewableenergies
  • nuclear
  • Uranium

Calls for a U-turn on the nuclear energy issue are getting louder in Germany. Above all, the AfD, the CDU/CSU, and the FDP, as members of the traffic light government, are calling for a resumption of nuclear power generation. In Europe, Germany's energy policy has already caused considerable head-shaking. Nuclear power can shoulder the base load, does not produce CO2 emissions and is cheaper and less volatile than renewable energies. Many countries agree on one thing: we need to move away from fossil fuels. In the Czech Republic, plans are underway to build 4 new nuclear power plants, and in Poland, the Netherlands and Sweden, there is no longer interest in phasing out nuclear power. It will be interesting to see how Germany's struggle for energy develops.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 7th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

Kraken Energy, RWE, Plug Power - What does the energy of the future look like?

  • Energy
  • renewableenergies
  • Hydrogen

In a world that is increasingly facing the challenges of climate change and limited resources, the question of future energy supply is coming more and more into focus. While fossil fuels are slowly but surely losing their place as the primary energy source, alternative technologies are in the spotlight. Nuclear power, hydrogen and renewable energies such as solar and wind are key players in the quest for a sustainable energy future. The global landscape reflects an increased expansion of nuclear power plants and renewable energies. Hydrogen could benefit from the latter. We take a look at one company from each sector.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on January 24th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

Nordex, Prospera Energy, RWE - Tomorrow's energy as an opportunity for the portfolio

  • Energy
  • renewableenergies
  • Oil

As the world increasingly focuses on transitioning to a low-carbon future, a complex picture of tomorrow's energy supply is emerging - a finely balanced mosaic of renewables, the gradual withdrawal from coal and the continued need for oil. Solar energy, wind power and hydropower form the backbone of renewables, and governments and companies worldwide are relying on their expansion to reduce emissions. At the same time, coal-fired power plants are on the verge of being phased out, as they are among the biggest emitters in the climate balance sheet. Despite the transformation, oil continues to play an important role in the global economy. It is an energy source that will still be needed in the long term for the manufacture of products, in transportation and in sectors where alternatives are not yet fully developed.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 19th, 2024 | 08:00 CET

dynaCERT, Mercedes-Benz, RWE - Future Technologies in Focus

  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech
  • Electromobility
  • Technology

The icy winter is causing snow chaos at Europe's airports, leading to numerous missed appointments. However, logistics companies show no mercy and deliver their goods punctually by road and rail. Entrepreneurs like Jim Payne from dynaCERT are attracting attention with innovative solutions for logisticians, construction companies, and waste management firms, offering cost savings for diesel drives while increasing fuel efficiency. Given the CO₂ tax on fossil fuels, this is music to investors' ears. Top Dog Mercedes-Benz uses its sales figures to show how the mobility market is changing in terms of alternative drive systems to diesel, petrol and the like. Change is also on the horizon for a company within the RWE Group. Find out what it is all about here.

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