February 16, 2012

An Oil & Gas ETF for the Wary Investor

Peter Gardett, AOL Energy


AOL

Getting investors into the shale revolution in the US energy sector has been a difficult task at a time when natural gas prices themselves are low and individual firms are shifting their focus.

Firms involved in the sector are often hard to value as the revolution (and its price impacts) wreak havoc on their plans by opening up new possibilities and shifting profit scenarios.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Natural Gas, Oil, Investing

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

October 18, 2013
4 Alt. Energy Stocks Ready to Blast Off
D. Burrows, Investor Place
The energy sector might be running on fumes, but alternative energy stocks like solar, wind and green tech are killing it. A gusher of production amid weak global demand mean oil and natural gas prices haven’t gone anywhere in... more ››
October 17, 2013
Russia's Faltering Energy Empire
Holly Decker, The National Interest
The April discovery of a new shale formation in Western Texas is another indication that the shale-gas revolution, which is rapidly changing the way that the world gas market operates, continues to press ahead. Russia is the... more ››
Natural gas production in the U.S. is going through the roof. The U.S. now produces more natural gas than any country on Earth, . more ››
October 24, 2013
Drop in U.S. Emissions? Thank Climate Change!
Cato Institute
Carbon dioxide emissions in the United States from the production and consumption of energy have been on the decline since about 2005, after generally being on the rise ever since our country was first founded. The decline in... more ››
October 18, 2013
Oil Companies Are Sued for Waste of Natural Gas
Clifford Krauss, NYT
In the sharpest challenge yet to the surge in flaring of natural gas in the Bakken shale oil field, North Dakota mineral owners this week filed 10 class-action lawsuits seeking millions of dollars in lost royalties from some... more ››