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Higher natural gas prices due to the cold snap are not helping the pipeline owners but they are impacting E&P players, says Skip Aylesworth, Portfolio Manager of the Hennessy Gas Utility Index Fund.
The natural-gas boom and its after-effects tell us that good news is good news.
Investor enthusiasm seems to be getting ahead of these companies' stories.
Andrew Keene of KeeneOnTheMarket.com takes a look at LNG for his Trade of the Day.
Cheniere's CEO paints a world where the U.S. is about to become a global energy power.
Dan Dicker talks with Jim Cramer about the IEA report and the continuing opportunity in liquid natural gas.
Jim Cramer looks at a safer way to play nat gas exports with Nicole Urken, Mad Money Research Director
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners is uniquely prepared to refine an abundant grade of crude oil.
The heads of Hormel and Chenier are doing some astonishing things at their companies.
The more the market anticipates a deal, the less likely it is we'll see more upside from the deal itself.
Namely, in Cheniere and Symantec calls. By Bob Lang I am seeing strong option volume in Cheniere Energy (LNG) December 19 calls today and Symantec (SYMC) April 20s. These robust buys always pique my interest.
Both candidates confuse the electorate by conflating energy independence with available energy options.
The pipeline subsector has performed particularly well lately, and these are some of its top performers.
Individual investors can still find value in Cheniere Energy, which in now surrounded by positive momentum.
It isn't bad action overall, but it demonstrates why it's a mistake to fight momentum.
I continue to grow more pessimistic about the performance of the stock market.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Leap Frog, Cheniere Energy, and Seagate Technology.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include UNS Energy, Golar LNG and Williams Companies.