Recent liquefied natural gas (LNG) stock news highlights how this global gas revolution is finally gaining traction...
In December, for example, Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSE: LNG) announced two contracts collectively worth $9.5 billion with Bechtel Oil, Gas & Chemicals to construct LNG trains and facilities in Corpus Christi,...
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Best Investments in Natural Gas: This New Demand Source Is Changing Everything
As we have discussed on several occasions, there is a revolution occurring on the demand side in natural gas. No fewer than five major advances are hitting that will ramp up the requirements for this fuel source.
It's a development every investor should know about because it pushes new names on to the list of today's best investments in natural gas....
This is creating a rare opportunity for energy investors...
For the Best Natural Gas Stocks, Look Deep in the Heart of Texas
To pick the best natural gas stocks to play the natgas price rise, you need to look not just at company fundamentals, but one crucial factor: Where these companies' assets lie...
That's because companies with assets in Texas are booming, and will deliver some of the best gains ever seen by energy investors.
Texas is the historical center of the U.S. energy industry. Today it's a major producer of natural gas.
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Natural Gas Companies: A Contrarian Bet on Higher Prices
The decline in natural gas stocks has been anything but natural lately.
With ample stores and cheap prices, natural gas-related equities have taken a beating and continue to be battered.
While it is always difficult to call a bottom, the tide may be turning for natural gas companies despite the latest data.
The price of natural gas fell again last week after the government reported an unexpectedly large increase in supply. To date, natural gas prices have slumped to levels not seen in 10 years....
How to Profit on the Natural Gas Surplus
The recent mild winter and the unparalleled potential in new shale gas production have combined to result in a depressed pricing market for natural gas.
The rise in demand for everything from electricity to petrochemical feeder stock, liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, and even usage in vehicle fuels, will start driving that price up over the next two years.
You already know that, of course.
We've talked about it many times before.
But now there's something else on the horizon...
The Natural Gas Act: Another Washington Boondoggle
With gasoline fast approaching $4 a gallon and heading toward $5 this summer, it's no surprise that politicians are panicking.
In Washington D.C., everything is an emergency. Legislation is always the antidote.
So now politicians are pushing the Natural Gas Act as a solution to high gas prices, rather than allowing the market to work.
Marathon Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: MPC): The Best Way to Turn High Gas Prices into High Octane Profits
Average gas prices currently are about $3.75 according to AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
That's higher than the average for all of 2011, which was the priciest year ever for gasoline. And what's worse is they're only going higher from here.
But if you think that investing in oil majors will help you overcome the sting of high gas prices this summer, think again.
Natural Gas Q&A: Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics
It has been a while since I responded to your many emails.
So, as we await the latest developments in the European debt mess, today seems like a good time to answer a few. This time around, I am addressing some of your questions and comments that deal with natural gas.
By the way, my staff and I read all of the input and feedback you send our way, and we're very grateful for it. Please email me at