January 23, 2013

How NatGas Will Make Investors a Fortune

Bob Bogda, StreetAuthority


FuelFix

Let me share with you three disparate items from my news clip file that, taken together, point to game-changing opportunities for one of our top commodity plays...

Item #1: Smog is alive and well.

Even after years of progress, air quality in Los Angeles is still poorer than most of the United States. Much of the blame goes to the area's two major seaports (Los Angeles and Long Beach), where massive cargo ships spew fumes as they chug into the harbor. To compound the air quality problem, the freight trains that carry the cargo inland run on polluting diesel engines, as coughing residents along the route can attest.

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