Natural Gas Stocks
Natural gas stocks have gained new interest from investors thanks to the shale gas revolution. The shale gas revolution has unlocked an abundance of clean-burning natural gas and Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) trapped in giant shale rock formations in the United States and abroad. Many experts predict that natural gas will be the most important source of energy in the global economy in the coming years, because it is clean, reliable and safe.
The natural gas stocks archive below outlines some of the biggest trends in natural gas investing. Investing Daily’s in-depth reporting reveals the hottest drilling locations, most influential technologies, and how government policies are affecting natural gas stocks. Most importantly, you’ll identify the natural gas stocks poised to benefit most from the biggest trends in the natural gas industry.
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The best bets are the fastest-growing and most profitable producers. Their gains will pain suppliers of chemicals and biofuels
Despite doubling in less than a year, prices remain below the long-term average even as production in maturing shale fields tails off
With an eye toward Asian markets, Canada is accelerating its efforts to enter the global LNG market.
The drive to export more natural gas has pitted producers against their industrial customers
Natural gas demand is projected to head sharply higher over the long term. The problem is that near-term forecasts are not nearly as sanguine.
Surging demand for natural gas will likely combine with decreasing production to catalyze a steep rise in gas prices within a few years. Here are the long-term winners.
The price of natural gas is on a steep, steady decline. Here's how to play it.
Investors shouldn’t ignore the concurrent revolution that has occurred in Australia’s natural-gas industry over the past decade.
Why I remain bearish on North American natural gas prices, but have a bullish outlook for international LNG prices.
There are reasons to be optimistic about--and profits to be had investing in--companies that build the infrastructure for the fuel that could provide the bridge to a clean-energy future.