However, we think the spike in natural gas prices is temporary.
The future holds promise, but a great company doesn’t necessarily equal a compelling investment.
These pipeline companies look attractive even though natural gas prices are only modestly below our long-term forecast today.
The undervalued company is one of the lower-cost dry gas producers in the U.S.
We believe the risk/reward ratio is now heavily skewed in the favor of long-term investors.
Examining the impact of abundant low-cost supply--and uncertainty in global oil markets--on the domestic natural gas complex.
Southwestern Energy still has huge inventory in the Fayetteville and Marcellus shales.
We think the market is overreacting to lower prices, creating an opportunity to buy narrow-moat Apache at a discount.
With natural gas near multiyear lows, we offer some perspective.
Range's Rodney Waller and Ray Walker see soothing community concerns about drilling safety and more infrastructure build-out as keys to further growth in the Marcellus shale.