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  • 3 LNG Shipping Companies to Look At, Carefully

    By Robert Zimmerman - August 14, 2013 | Tickers: GLOG, GLNG, TGP

    Search the phrase “LNG imports” for news and you’ll discover evidence of increasing demand for liquefied natural gas, or LNG, across the globe. A major German utility signs a deal to import natural gas from an East Coast Canadian company. India ends LNG import duties. The Japanese trade minister pushes for U.S. LNG exports to help his country’s balance of trade. For investors, one way to capitalize more »

  • Fuel Up Your Portfolio With These Oil and Gas Shipping Companies

    By Madhukar Dubey - July 18, 2013 | Tickers: GLNG, KEX, TGP

    Ninety percent of world trade happens through the shipping industry. This includes transportation of oil, gas, LNG, and other natural resources. The increase in consumption and demand for these natural resources has resulted in huge investments and infrastructure development in the shipping industry.

    I have analyzed three shipping companies on the basis of long-term contracts to supply shipping facilities to oil and gas companies in order to generate high revenue more »

  • 3 Ways to Invest in Shipping

    By Phillip Woolgar - July 15, 2013 | Tickers: DSX, GLNG, KEX

    During the recession, shipping stocks were among the most bearish in the eyes of the average investor, and that sent shares of these companies plunging. But now that the economy is well into its recovery, these firms could be among the stocks most poised for profit surges. After all, increasing disposable income for the average consumer means greater demand for goods. With water being a main transportation route, shipping companies more »

  • 3 Ways to Profit From Asian Natural Gas Imports

    By Robert Zimmerman - July 8, 2013 | Tickers: XOM, GLNG, GMLP, IOC

    The growing production of natural gas in the United States caused prices to drop to less than $4/million Btu. In other parts of the world, prices remain high. In Japan, for example, natural gas sells for roughly $14/million Btu. In the wake of its earthquake/tsunami/Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan has understandably moved towards natural gas as a utility fuel despite the high cost. In fact, Japan is more »

  • Is It Time to Move Into Shipping?

    By Rupert Hargreaves - June 21, 2013 | Tickers: TEU, GLNG, KEX, TK

    The Baltic Dry Index, a number issued daily by the London-based Baltic Exchange, provides an assessment of the price of moving major raw materials such as coal, iron ore and grains. The index measures 23 shipping routes on a time-charter basis covering Handysize, Supramax, Panamax, and Capesize drybulk carriers -- effectively, the index is a measure of activity in the shipping industry, which can be useful for investors who have holdings 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 »

  • Pemex Keppel Deal Signals Potential Change

    By Peter Pham - January 15, 2013 | Tickers: XOM, GLNG, EWW, EWS, PBR, UMX, SLB

    The world’s biggest offshore oil rig developer, Singapore based Keppel Corp has secured contracts worth $420 million to construct two KFELS B class jackup rigs for Pemex. The construction work is expected to be completed within two years, and delivery will take place in Q1-2015. Excluding the current order, Keppel already has 18 such rigs in its pipeline while it has constructed 36 such rigs in the last ten more »

  • Maersk to Build More, Ship Less

    By Peter Pham - December 7, 2012 | Tickers: GLNG, SPY, TGP, SEA

    As indicative of changes happening within the global economy, the world’s biggest shipping company, A.P. Møller-Maersk, which is the top holding of the Guggenheim Shipping ETF (NYSEMKT: SEA), shifting its focus to its oil rig, drilling and port units. Maersk Line, the company’s shipping subsidiary, has been struggling due to rising oil prices, the general economic slowdown that has caused a slump in international trade and the more »

  • Opportunities in the Midst of the Shipping Glut

    By Joshua Bondy - August 29, 2012 | Tickers: GLNG, OSGIQ, TK, TNP

    The shipping industry offers high yields to help compensate investors for the great volatility in earnings. When the shipping industry sees a lack ships the amount of time required to produce new vessels creates years of lag time. This disconnect between supply and demand means that when demand is high supply is relatively constrained. Companies receive new vessels with little respect to the current market conditions. With the current downturn more »

  • Why This is an IPO That Will Rebound

    By Ryan Guenette - August 26, 2012 | Tickers: FRO, GLOG, GLNG, SFL, TGP

    Editor's Note: Per GasLog's Investor Relations Department, the dividend payment of $0.11 will be quarterly, not annually--this article has been corrected.

    On March 30th, GasLog Limited (NYSE: GLOG) began its life as a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange. GasLog is an owner, operator, and manager of liquefied natural gas carriers. The company operates 14 tankers, and is projected to increase its tanker more »

  • 3 Ways to Play Natural Gas

    By Michael Birney - August 13, 2012 | Tickers: CQP, CLNE, GLNG, TGP, UNG

    When is the best time to invest? At a bottom, and natural gas is definitely scraping along the bottom right now. We all know the story; fracking has led to a glut in the supply of natural gas, and huge supply inventories have led to historically low natural gas prices. So where should you be looking to profit from natural gas? Here are 3 ideas that investors would be foolish more »

  • Surprise Winners of the Natural Gas Boom

    By Daniel Ferry - July 20, 2012 | Tickers: GLOG, GLNG, RDS-B, TGP, WPRT | Editor's Choice

    The rise of hydraulic fracturing has unlocked vast new reserves of natural gas, and despite environmental concerns, American natural gas is set to become an increasingly important source of energy. A lot of excitement surrounds innovative companies like Westport Innovations (NASDAQ: WPRT) using natural gas to power vehicles as well as boring old electricity utilities building natural gas-powered plants. Such investments in demand capacity, however, will take years to reach more »

  • A Non-Obvious Investment in Natural Gas

    By Maxxwell A.R. Chatsko - May 7, 2012 | Tickers: GLNG, GMLP, GASS, TK, TGP | Editor's Choice

    Investing in a company before the crowd sees value in its products or services not only makes you look like a genius, but can generate steady returns and help to anchor your portfolio for years. Just ask Warren Buffett. When investing in the natural gas industry it may be easy to narrowly consider rig and well owners or liquid natural gas (LNG) operators, but in a market with historically low more »