March 16, 2012

Gas Glut Killing Drillers & Lifting Fertilizer Companies

Dee Gill, Forbes


AEI

Natural gas production is booming, but prices for the stuff aren’t, which is problematic for investors who paid up for driller stocks last year. But it’s great news for fertilizer companies that put it into the ground rather than suck it out. And those companies are offering shares at sale prices now. . .

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