Natural Gas

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In Part 1 (The Race To Supply LNG), I explained how the Japanese will most likely solve its power shortage, now that there are NO nuclear plants running. One of the biggest answers is LNG—Liquid Natural Gas—and an emerging LNG technology that is growing around the world... and could be...
In Part 1, I explained how LNG shippers will be one of the best investments—and THE best way to play cheap natural gas—right through to 2015. A combination of fast-rising demand from Asia and almost no new ships before the end of 2015 will keep cash flows and stock...
We are witnessing the birth of an entire new global industry, right before our eyes — liquefied natural gas (LNG). Like oil, LNG is now shipped all over the world. It has become one of the most profitable parts of the global energy patch.  Shipping LNG is the most profitable sector...
by +Keith Schaefer In part one I wrote about the 3 oil patch sub-sectors I'm most bullish on, and how I'm trading them: refineries, oilfield services, and heavy oil producers. Today, my outlook for the remaining oil and gas sub-sectors—from best to worst... LIGHT OIL PRODUCERS Here's the dilemma with them: improvements in fracking...
Investing in Condensate, Part I  explained what this hot new commodity is; Part II outlined the bullish case for Canadian condensate demand, and in this third and final article on condensate, I review American efforts to move their glut of condensate north. Condensate is making uneconomic gas wells profitable for producers in the...
Three zombie stocks have come back from the dead in the Canadian oilpatch, and they all took a different route. Maybe “zombie” is an unfair term, but all three had debt problems that were hurting their valuation. And it may be an opportunity for investors paying attention, as—arguably—the  Market has yet...
The Junior Players in this "Unconventional" Natural Gas Formation Large land prices for natural gas parcels in Alberta are continuing to drive higher – despite some of the lowest gas prices in the last seven years in western Canada. Alberta has made over $2 billion on land sales so...
Natural gas supply and demand fundamentals have changed in a major way.  In March there was way too much gas.  By November there may not be enough...at least at these low prices. NOW is the time to position yourself to profit from it…..BEFORE the money starts flowing into natural gas...