Put Money in Those Pipelines

For natural gas, opportunities are just beginning to surface, and more will emerge as it becomes clear that natural gas has become the fuel of choice. Speculative investors may prefer the exploration and production (E&P) end of the value chain. However, those seeking safer returns may prefer the middle ground, where the nation's interstate pipeline companies operate.

Fuel competitors hate natural gas, and coal and nuclear industries believe natural gas is just a flash in the pan. They argue price volatilities make natural gas an unreliable fuel. As evidence, they point to historic prices published by the Energy Information Administration, noting that the price curve resembles the ears of the devil....670 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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