Oil and Gas

There is still big money to be made in oil and gas. The U.S. is now the world’s largest crude supplier and the third-largest liquid natural gas supplier. U.S. production will continue to rise, taking market share from Russia and Saudi Arabia. More LNG production is coming online. And there are some fantastic income-producing opportunities in this space.

Oil and Gas

U.S. LNG Investing: Two Ways to Play the Boom

The U.S. should become energy independent within a decade. Natural gas will play a big role in that story.

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Where Is the Price of Crude Headed?

Crude prices are now well into correction territory. What’s next?

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TransCanada Clears Legal Hurdle for Keystone XL Pipeline

Investors can play the Keystone XL in two ways. Find out what the income plays are here.

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Oil Companies Ditch Permian for Oklahoma Plays

Producers with acreage in Oklahoma will begin to shift drilling there from the backlogged Permian.

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China to U.S.: “I Can’t Quit You”

China and the U.S. are vying to show who is the strongest. But the reality is… they can’t quit each other so easily.

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Texas Shale Oil Is Booming: Is the Bust Next?

Though there are a few short-term opportunities in the Permian, history teaches us another lesson. The oil bust is coming.

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A New Industry Rises From the Dust of Old Oil Fields

As oil rig decommissioning ramps up globally, expect scrapping companies to emerge from the dust.

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Summertime Delivers Rally in Crude and Energy Stocks

Demand is up, supply is down, and prices are surging. July is poised to be an excellent month for the markets.

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Six Reasons the U.S. Shale Revolution Can’t Be Duplicated

Other countries have shale gas deposits, but don’t expect any of them to frack their way into a natural gas boom like ours.

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Who Loses as OPEC Raises Output?

Saudi Arabia will gain as much as 1.5 million barrels per day in market share by siphoning it away from Venezuela and Iran.