Energy Investing

Will the Marcellus Save Elon Tesla?

Will the Marcellus Save Elon Tesla?

This article covers one of my favorite news items from the last month. A new significant source of lithium has been discovered. The source is in the U.S., and the lithium is easily recoverable. The rub is that the new lithium source is closely tied to hydrocarbon energy production. Here is a quote and graphic […]

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7% Yield and Consistent Dividend Growth

An attractive yield plus solid dividend growth is a surefire strategy for building investment income and wealth. Energy midstream stocks offer a hard-to-beat combination of yield and dividend increases for investors who want to follow this strategy. Energy infrastructure/midstream companies are split pretty evenly between those organized as Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) and C-corporations. Managed […]

Profit From the Solution to This Coming Energy Crisis

Profit From the Solution to This Coming Energy Crisis

A recent Wall Street Journal article discussed the challenges facing the U.S. electrical grid. The problems facing the energy infrastructure system provide opportunities for investors. It’s time to think outside the box concerning solutions for potential power shortages. U.S. power consumption has been relatively flat for the last 20 years. Conservation measures and efficiencies have […]

The High-Yield Stock for Energy Investing

The High-Yield Stock for Energy Investing

Since breaking out of its $65 to less than $80 per barrel trading range, WTI crude oil has continued to trend higher, and as I write this, it is trading near $86 per barrel. The investing public is gaining interest in the energy sector, and as crude prices keep rising, so will energy stocks. With […]

The High-Yield Way to Play Spiking Oil Prices

The High-Yield Way to Play Spiking Oil Prices

As tracked by the price of WTI, crude oil that serves as one of the main global oil benchmarks, crude oil has climbed from the recent $65 to less than $80 per barrel trading range. A few weeks ago, the WTI price rose above $80, and recent trading shows that level might become a new […]

An Undervalued Play on LNG’s Bright Future

An Undervalued Play on LNG’s Bright Future

I have been a fan of one particular LNG company for several years. It is on a tremendous growth trajectory. Unfortunately, the market has not shared my enthusiasm, and the stock price has been range-bound for over three years. A recent announcement shows how this company’s business operations and infrastructure development have put it in […]

Prepare for the Inevitable Bounce in Natural Gas Prices

Prepare for the Inevitable Bounce in Natural Gas Prices

The Biden administration’s pause on approvals for new liquified natural gas (LNG) liquefaction projects has tanked the price of natural gas. The low prices will curtail production, eventually leading to higher prices. This is the time to invest to profit from the price recovery – and here are my favorite ways to do it… Natural […]

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The Next Big Energy Takeover Play

The Permian basin is one of the most active oil and gas regions. Over the last year, over 30 billion barrels of oil have come out of the ground in West Texas and New Mexico, and the experts expect that there are still another 30 billion barrels remaining. All the major oil and gas companies […]

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Get in on This Gas Powerhouse Stock

Merger and acquisition activity continues to sweep across the energy sector. In the latest deal, Chesapeake Energy (CHK) agreed to acquire rival Southwestern Energy (SWN) for about $7.4 billion, in an all-stock transaction that will create the largest natural gas producer in the U.S. The enterprise value of the newly combined company will be around […]

A Fallen Renewable Energy Stock That Could Soar This Year

A Fallen Renewable Energy Stock That Could Soar This Year

Renewable energy companies have been hit hard by the recent increases in interest rates. Many of these companies borrowed a lot of money to build out their energy projects, with debt at very low-interest rates. Higher interest rates put the business models at risk, as they are forced to refinance when the debt matures. But […]