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  • Is Natural Gas Making a Comeback?

    By Lior Cohen - August 18, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, NU, UNG

    In the past several months natural gas has had a downward trend. The price of natural gas is getting closer to the $3 mark. Despite the sharp fall in natural gas price, it is still much higher than last year’s price that reached at one point $2. Looking forward, will the natural gas market continue to cool down? How the recent developments in this market affect natural gas companies more »

  • Is it Too Late for US LNG Exports?

    By Robert Zimmerman - July 23, 2013 | Tickers: APC, CQP, LNG, DGRLY, NBL

    This past May, the Department of Energy granted Freeport LNG (a private company) license to export liquefied natural gas, or LNG, to foreign countries--foreign countries that do not have a free trade agreement with the United States that is. Thus, Freeport joins Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNG) as a LNG exporter. This decision presages more export licenses to be issued to US companies. Given the foreign competition already in place, will more »

  • Three Companies With Steady Year-to-Date Performance

    By Madhukar Dubey - July 2, 2013 | Tickers: AVP, LNG, MCHP

    It's easy to be skeptical about volatile stock movements. When a stock sees sudden growth, it's a risky bet, because it could just as easily fall in the future. To avoid taking that kind of risk, it is better to pick stocks with steady growth.

    Here are three stocks which have grown steadily. Out of these three, two companies - Avon Products (NYSE: AVP) and Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNGmore »)

  • Exxon Foraying Into LNG Export From Canada

    By Satarupa Bose - June 29, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, XOM, RDS-A

    The newest member to join the list of biggies like Shell, Chevron, Apache to seek license to export LNG from British Columbia is one of the oil and natural gas sector’s biggest players in the world, ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM). And why not, when the prospect of the project involves shifting LNG to one of the world’s most energy-hungry countries at a huge price premium?

    Why LNG?

    The advent more »

  • Did You Catch This LNG Development?

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - June 28, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, CHK, COP, SD

    As its ticker symbol suggests, Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNG) is a company focused on the liquefaction and exportation of natural gas to other countries. Let’s take a look at a recent development surrounding the energy player, while broadening our focus to the entire domestic natural gas market.

    An important development

    The company recently announced that it had completed financing and began construction on Trains 3 and 4 for its more »

  • Is This Stock a Good Buy at Current Levels?

    By Joseph Harry - June 8, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, COP, EXC

    It's been a rough five years for Exelon (NYSE: EXC).

    After a plunging share price was coupled with a dividend cut, is there any reason to buy into this beaten-down utility? 

    Export terminals, natural gas, and the fate of nuclear power...

    Back in February, Exelon's CEO Christopher Crane had the following to say:

    "Right now at our nuclear sites, we're continuing to see depressed prices at points more »

  • 3 Things to Know About LNG Exports

    By Erin McBride - June 7, 2013 | Tickers: CQP, LNG, CVX, D

    There is far more to investing in natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) than first meets the eye. There are at least these three important details to understand about the future of LNG before further investing.

    As has been widely reported, the Department of Energy (DOE) gave conditional authorization for LNG exports to a second facility in the U.S. The Freeport terminal project will export up to 1 more »

  • The Approval of Freeport LNG Is Only the Second Export License Granted

    By Stephan Dube - June 6, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, CVX, COP, D

    For a few years now, energy companies are trying to find new ways to benefit from the abundance of natural gas in the U.S. Some will process the commodity to produce derivative products such as propane, butane and ethane. Others will challenge the current ways to reach available markets, or even try to reach new markets that were unaffordable to do business with before.

    LNG export projects face several more »

  • Will Natural Gas Decline Further?

    By Lior Cohen - June 3, 2013 | Tickers: BP, LNG, XOM

    In the past several days, the price of natural gas tumbled lower. Despite its recent fall, the price of natural gas is still higher than where it was trading last year. Will natural gas continue to fall? How will the recent developments in the natural-gas market affect leading oil and gas producers, such as ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM)? Let’s also take a look at the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market more »

  • 5 Stocks With Good Growth Drivers Beyond 2013

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - May 29, 2013 | Tickers: ADT, CBS, LNG, HFC, NWSA

    PointState Capital, managed by Sean Cullinan, is among the 500-plus mega-funds that we track at Insider Monkey, and with six former Duquesne Capital portfolio managers, this is really the new Duquesne minus Stan Druckenmiller. Seeing as the fund has recently filed its first-quarter 13F with the SEC, we’re going to take a look at some of the top stocks it was positioning itself in for the start of Q2 more »

  • Natural Gas Gets a Green Light

    By Callum Turcan - May 23, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, CHK, COP, XOM

    The US is one step closer to becoming an energy export giant. Back in May 2011, Cheniere Energy's (NYSEMKT: LNG) Sabine Pass facility was given the green light to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to nations without a free-trade agreement. Now another terminal can begin exporting LNG, the Freeport LNG terminal in Texas. For clarification, LNG is natural gas that has been cooled to liquid form so it can more »

  • Beneficiaries of U.S. Natural Gas Exports

    By Alex Gray - May 13, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, FWLT, GLNG

    A recent article in the Financial Times reported that President Barack Obama stated that by 2020, the United States was likely to be a net exporter of natural gas. Currently, the US is one of the largest importers of natural gas, eclipsed only by Japan. However, with the recent explosion in fracking throughout the US, there is a growing push to send this bounty abroad. There will be many beneficiaries more »

  • US Natural Gas Exports Won't Save Europe

    By Robert Zimmerman - May 12, 2013 | Tickers: APC, CQP, LNG, HAL, WGP, WES

    Kirk Spano, columnist and founder of Bluemound Asset Management, LLC, recently opined that US natural gas exports were critical for the long-term stability of Europe. Specifically, he declared, “Without more self sufficiency long term and stable energy supplies intermediate term, Europe could be doomed to decades of instability. Which is where the U.S. comes in.“

    “Doomed to decades of instability?” Oh please. As Michael Greenstone, professor of environmental economics more »

  • Invest Today and Profit For Years in The Fuel of The Future

    By Ken McGaha - May 10, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, CLNE, CMI, RDS-A, TA, WPRT | Editor's Choice

    In a recent article, I discussed some of the political headwinds beginning to blow against the concept of exporting American natural gas into the world market where the prices are much higher and the potential negative impact that opposition could have on Cheniere Energy if those efforts are successful. I also discussed a couple of businesses in the industry that should continue to thrive without regard to the outcome of more »

  • The EPA's Optimistic Report Will Boost These Companies

    By Piyush Arora - May 10, 2013 | Tickers: COG, LNG, E

    Thanks to the shale gas boom in North America, natural gas has proved to be an economically viable replacement for coal in the continent. But, mining for natural gas involves the leakage of methane, the greenhouse effect of which is 21 times greater than carbon dioxide. Currently, methane accounts for 9% of total greenhouse gases, and a ramp up in it natural gas production would obviously have disastrous environmental consequences more »

  • This Could Destroy Your Wealth or Make You Rich

    By Ken McGaha - May 5, 2013 | Tickers: CJES, LNG, D

    While the media is filled with loud reporting of the newly available abundant supplies of natural gas within the borders of the United States, very little coverage is given to the efforts to restrict access to supply through restrictive regulations on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), or the political efforts just getting underway to restrict the export of natural gas into the world market where prices are as much as 3 to more »

  • Exxon Dives Into Australian Waters to Produce LNG

    By Peter Pham - April 29, 2013 | Tickers: BHP, LNG, FXA, XOM, RDS-A

    Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM), the largest U.S. oil company, along with mining giant BHP Billiton Ltd.(NYSE: BHP), are in the planning phase for building the world’s largest floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant off the coast of Australia. It will be half a kilometer long and 75 meters wide. The new project also shows that despite some setbacks, Australia still continues to attract investments in its LNG more »

  • 3 Ways to Ride the LNG Fired Rocket

    By Piyush Arora - April 29, 2013 | Tickers: APC, LNG, CBI

    Thanks to the shale gas boom in North America, natural gas has hovered around $3.50 per MMBtu over the last year. But Asian and European nations haven't been that lucky with the production bonanza, which is why natural gas costs 3-4 times more in these regions than in North America. This pricing differential presents an bullish case for at least three different industries, and here are a few more »

  • Natural Gas Exports: Who Might Win?

    By Robert Zimmerman - April 28, 2013 | Tickers: CQP, LNG, GLOG, LNCO, LINE

    The Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions analyzed the impact of American natural gas exports. According to its report, Deloitte believes exporting 6 billion cubic feet a day will cause natural gas prices to increase 15 cents per million BTUs, or 3.75%. For exporters, this spells opportunity. By the time gas is liquefied, exported, and then regassified, it costs about $9/mmBTU. Despite these costs, exporting gas could produce more »

  • Natural Gas Stocks To Watch During Boom

    By Jean-Marc Saint - April 24, 2013 | Tickers: LNG, UNG

    When in doubt on your next move, it's best to find an expert in the field and ask him what's what. So, for energy investment, I sought the president of GRZ Energy, Anthony Grisanti.

    Invest it in natural gas,” said Grisanti, also a regular of CNBC's Futures Now, “either you invest it in a producer of natural gas, an explorer of natural gas—but that's the more »

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