Drilling for Value in the Deepwater Resurgence

On Wednesday, I spoke with Jim Cramer about the Gulf of Mexico, and about how quickly the excitement is returning for deepwater drilling. After three years of declining production in the Gulf, we are now poised to see a return of production growth, perhaps even to eclipse the growth of the much-more-hyped tight-oil plays of the Bakken and Eagle Ford.

That's great for investors, because the stocks most closely associated with GoM deepwater drilling have been left mostly for dead since the BP (BP) Macondo disaster of 2010. As compared with the high-flying Bakken stocks, these are values that shouldn't be overlooked....450 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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