EUROPE’S ENERGY CRISIS IS KEEPING ENERGY PRICES AND INFLATION HIGH
America leads the world in oil and gas production. We believe midstream energy infrastructure offers predictable cash flows to investors..
AMERICA’S ENERGY RENAISSANCE
A video series presented by SL Advisors featuring insights on energy infrastructure and other investment topics
Simon Lack of SL Advisors discusses the Fed’s current interest rate decisions, short term rates, 10 year treasury yields, and the current state of the economy.
Simon Lack discusses the state of our current economy and if we are currently in a recession and where we are expected to go.
Simon Lack discusses the 75 basis point hike and its affect on the energy sector and economy.
Simon Lack of SL Advisors discusses the disadvantages of ESG investing and how climate extremists are beneficial for energy investors.
Simon Lack of SL Advisors discusses why ESG is a scam and his views on ESG investing.
Simon Lack discusses pipeline earning reports for 2022 thus far.
Simon Lack discusses the Federal Reserve, Inflation, and Midstream Energy Infrastructure.
Simon Lack of SL Advisors discusses the great outlook for US natural gas in 2022.
Simon Lack looks back on all of SL Advisors blog posts from March 2022.
Simon Lack discusses the EIA’s 2022 Annual Energy Outlook and reviews their forecasted direction for the energy sector in the next 30 years.
Simon Lack reviews all of his blog posts from February 2022 regarding LNGs, midstream energy infrastructure, pipelines, renewables, inflation, and more.
Simon Lack, Managing Partner of SL Advisors, LLC, discusses Modern Monetary Theory, U.S. publicly held debt, inflation, and his book “Bonds are Not Forever”
Simon Lack explains inflation and the energy sector.
Update on Midstream Energy and Inflation Outlook – December 16, 2021
Update on Energy Infrastructure May 28, 2020
Simon Lack explains fighting climate change with trees.
Simon Lack explains why Asia should use more natural gas.
Simon Lack explains flaring in the Permian Basin.
Simon Lack explains Volumes, Cashflow and ESG.
Simon Lack explains why ESG funds are benefitting pipeline corporations more than partnerships.
Simon Lack discusses the long term outlook for fossil fuel demand and the role fossil fuels will play in the energy mix of the future.
In this Webinar, Simon Lack discusses the pipeline sector’s growing Free Cash Flow.
In this video, Simon Lack discusses the improving environment of pipeline stocks within the framework of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM).
In this video, Simon Lack explains why pipelines will be generating significantly more cash flow over the next 3 years and what this means for investors.
Simon and Henry review the prospects for continuing growth in US oil and gas production.
We discuss the outlook for U.S. energy infrastructure. The sector has frustrated investors for the past two years, but there are reasons to believe improved returns are ahead. We’ll explain why.
Feedback on 2018 blogs reveal investor thoughts on the pipeline sector. Dividend cuts and hopes for a recovery predominate. Watch Simon Lack review the major themes of 2018.
Simon Lack of SL Advisors explains how the Shale Revolution is the most fantastic American success story.
Big Oil is turning to shorter term projects to reduce the uncertainty associated with long term projects. Simon Lack of SL Advisors explains the impact of this shift on the oil & gas industry.
MLP-dedicated funds are structured as corporations, which means they pay corporate taxes. Simon Lack of SL Advisors explains the tax impact on MLP fund returns.
Falling investment in new sources of oil supply are creating the conditions for much higher prices in the years ahead. Simon Lack of SL Advisors explains why.
Energy infrastructure is behind the world’s biggest CO2 reductions. Simon Lack of SL Advisors explains why.
As a result of the Shale Revolution, America has become the world’s leader in the production of plastics. Simon Lack of SL Advisors explains why.
Distribution cuts and adverse tax outcomes have alienated traditional MLP investors. A shift to corporate ownership is leading to dividend hikes with better returns ahead.
As the midstream energy infrastructure sector transitions from MLPs to corporations we believe the method of valuation needs to change with it. Watch Simon Lack explain why.