Tag: natural gas

Natural Gas Price: 2016 Rebound?

February 24, 2016 | By | Reply More
Natural Gas Price: 2016 Rebound?

Is There Any Hope For A Natural Gas Price Rebound? Much like the price of oil, the natural gas price has been decimated the past few years.  In fact, the commodity recently plunged to new decade lows under $1.90 mmBtu.  At that price, natural gas is 70% lower than where it traded in early 2014. […]

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Natural Gas Update: Will Seasonality Rule This Year?

September 16, 2015 | By | Reply More
Natural Gas Update: Will Seasonality Rule This Year?

Natural Gas Update: Will Seasonality Take The Market Higher? Despite historic volatility in equities the past few weeks, the natural gas market has been decidedly ho-hum.  In fact, I’d venture to say trading in the commodity is akin to watching paint dry. Take a look for yourself… As you can see, natural gas has been […]

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Export This Important Energy Asset?

April 23, 2014 | By | Reply More
Export This Important Energy Asset?

As you may know, there’s been plenty of debate about upcoming US natural gas exports.   Some people are all for it, while others are dead set against it. And now the topic is getting even more attention thanks to the situation in Ukraine…    Energy officials from a handful of Eastern European nations were in […]

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Natural Gas Investing: Private Equity Firms Smell Blood

May 11, 2012 | By | Reply More
Natural Gas Investing:  Private Equity Firms Smell Blood

No doubt about it, the past two years have been a complete disaster for many natural gas exploration and production (E&P) companies.  With the price of their product falling through the floor, producers are taking it on the chin. Revenues are sinking, margins are getting mauled, and balance sheets are broken- all due to the […]

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Natural Gas Investing: Private Equity Firms Smell Blood!

May 11, 2012 | By | Reply More
Natural Gas Investing:  Private Equity Firms Smell Blood!

No doubt about it, the past two years have been a complete disaster for many natural gas exploration and production (E&P) companies. With the price of their product falling through the floor, producers are taking it on the chin. Revenues are sinking, margins are getting mauled, and balance sheets are broken- all due to the […]

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NAT GAS Act Needs Your Support

May 31, 2011 | By | Reply More
NAT GAS Act Needs Your Support

Memorial Day weekend kicked off the summer driving season. It’s the time of year when families pile into their cars for a road trip.  I joined in on the action with a 1,000 mile round trip to LEGOLAND California. It was a great weekend getaway.  But I’m afraid rising gas prices could eventually put an […]

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Just Go With It… 3 Indicators Signaling A Buy In Natural Gas

April 4, 2011 | By | Reply More
Just Go With It… 3 Indicators Signaling A Buy In Natural Gas

It’s hard to fight with some things in life. Topping my personal list is arguing with your spouse.  Seriously, how fun is that fight?  And it’s also hard to fight a trend.  It’s doubly true in the financial world. “The trend is your friend”, to fire off an old cliché… New trends start daily and […]

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Make A Killing When Natural Gas Prices Rebound

September 15, 2010 | By | Reply More
Make A Killing When Natural Gas Prices Rebound

There’s a big question weighing on the minds of energy investors these days… When are Natural Gas prices going to rebound? Well, Nat. gas has been in the dumpster for a while now.  A fact most energy investors are very aware of.  Activity in this commodity has been a little dull for most of 2010. […]

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Is 20,369% Growth Really Possible?

September 13, 2010 | By | Reply More
Is 20,369% Growth Really Possible?

A week or so ago, my assistant Stephanie dropped the mail on my desk.  It was the usual assortment of advertisements, bills, papers, journals, and magazines.  I dug through the pile (Did I mention I get a lot of mail?) and suddenly something caught my eye… It was Inc. Magazine. For those of you who […]

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The Fuel Of The Next Century

July 21, 2010 | By | Reply More
The Fuel Of The Next Century

We’ve been talking about U.S. reliance on crude oil in recent articles. We’ve seen some facts and figures in regards to our dependence on crude.  In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap… With just under 5% of the world’s population, the U.S. uses 25% of the world’s oil.  And we import nearly 20 […]

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