Dan Dicker, Energy Contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the life of contract lows for U.S. natural gas stocks. While Dicker believes that oil prices will be recovering before natural gas prices do, he also believes that there are some well capitalized and disciplined natural gas companies that are priced in now for the worst and longest natural gas price depression we are likely to see. With gas production growth dropping in the Marcellus, the loss of associated gas from U.S. fracked oil wells and the outlook for a very cold winter coming, Dicker thinks that there could be a long-term opportunity in some of the best U.S. natural gas companies. He points specifically to Southwestern (SWN), Range Resources (RRC), EQT and Chesapeake (CHK) as speculative investments with the possibility of a very big upside.
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