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The United States is the world’s top producer of natural gas, and it’s pumping out more now than ever before.
In fact, the U.S. is pumping out so much natural gas that it’s creating a problem. But also an opportunity…
Investors all but wrote off natural gas as oversupply pushed prices down, but gas prices are sneakily rising to last year's levels.
That's turning one of the best natural gas companies you can own into a must-buy right now.
Natural gas prices are down 8% on the year, but investors can expect prices to rise again by the end of 2017...
In the short term, Hurricane Harvey wiped out part of the United States' gas and refinery system, which bumped gas prices slightly higher.
The price of natural gas is soaring, with prices rising 50% over the last 12 months. And we see them headed even higher in 2017.
With natural gas prices headed higher in 2017, the natural gas stocks we recommend will do even better.
Natural gas prices have been on the rise this year, but they could continue to surge by 36% in 2017.
Since hitting its 2016 low in March, the price of natural gas has rallied 121%. The dramatic swing you're seeing in natural gas prices is far from over.
As of yesterday, the U.S. Henry Hub natural gas benchmark rate is now up 36.5% for the month.
At close yesterday, the price was $3.55 per 1,000 cubic feet, or million BTUs (British thermal units), the standard measurement in the United States.
To put that in some perspective, the price was $1.96 as recently as May 26, and the year-to-date low was $1.65 on March 3. It hit a two-year high earlier this month.
Traditionally, natural gas prices in the United States have been heavily influenced by the seasons, with the severity of winters generally being the main determinant of how high prices would go.
But that's no longer the case...
With demand for natural gas coming from many new sources, the price is no longer tied to the weather - setting prices up to go higher.
Earlier this week, oil and natural gas giant Royal Dutch Shell announced multibillion-dollar project in western Pennsylvania.
The boosted employment and tax revenue for the region is great news. But even more important is the nature of the project itself - and what it means for the future of natural gas.
Of all the energy sectors, oil and natural gas companies have taken the worst beating this year.
These firms are expected to spend nearly $2 trillion on drilling projects over the next five years.
Here in the energy sector, the other shoe has just dropped. Natural gas prices have now declined to their lowest point since 2012.
But in any shakeout like the one under way, there are always investment opportunities.
And I’ve identified two specific ways you can profit despite the lows we’re seeing right now for oil and gas.
Natural gas is having its roughest week in three years as futures struggle to stay above $2.
But our natural gas price forecast shows three huge "game changers" sending the market into a decades-long rally.
It hasn't been a good year for natural gas investing. Prices have cratered 21.8% so far in 2015.
But the market is on the verge of a huge rebound as new outlets for natural gas consumption are developed.
Eni SpA (NYSE ADR: E) is the most talked about natural gas stock right now.
That's because the Italian energy company just made a "supergiant" find in the Mediterranean Sea.
The Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSEMKT: LNG) stock price opened 1.5% higher today after natural gas prices saw a slight boost.
But LNG stock has seen a big selloff recently. The liquefied natural gas company is down 7.4% so far in 2015.