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There was a major drop in oil and gas prices on Wednesday. This came as a big shock to many of us, but if play appropriately could be turned into a positive. Here is some explanation as to what happened, why it happened, what what to expect from here.
Read the entire article here: [URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/08/05/major-drop-for-oil-and-natural-gas/"][B]Major Drop For Oil and Natural Gas[/B][/URL]
[URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/08/04/avoid-these-energy-etfs/"][B]Energy ETFs: Dangerously Rated[/B][/URL]
Just like stocks, there are some ETFs you just want to avoid. There are some ETFs on the market that are listed as dangerous, and at this time, many of them are.
[B][URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/08/03/cramer-bullish-on-oil-and-gas-market/"]Cramer Bullish On Oil and Gas Market[/URL][/B]
Jim Cramer is bullish on a number of different markets, oil and gas being one of them.
We have recently reported on both exploration and production companies and oil service companies. Now it is the oil drillers turn to shine. Not only do these stocks have a solid groundwork, but they are actually affordable to the average investor.
Read the entire article here:[URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/08/02/affordable-oil-drillers-with-potential/"] Affordable Oil Drillers With Potential[/URL]
[URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/08/01/more-high-yield-energy-stocks-with-your-name-on-them/"]More High Yield Energy Stocks With Your Name On Them [/URL]
High yield stocks can pay great dividends to their investors. The energy sector is a great to put some money for safe keeping, and for high yield stocks.
[URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/08/02/petroquest-energy-small-cap-show-stopper/"]PetroQuest Energy: Small Cap Show Stopper[/URL]
We like small cap stocks over here at TKO and found
We are trying to keep our readers as up to date as possible with the latest and greatest energy stock picks. T. Boone Pickens recently stated his favorite picks for the upcoming months. Some of these are repeats from the last article we posted, so we have narrowed down the new picks.
[B] Read the entire article here: [URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/28/hot-off-the-presses-pickens-latest-energy-stock-picks/"]Hot Off the Presses: Pickens' Latest Energy Stock Picks[/URL][/B]
[B][URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/28/oil-to-reach-120-by-2012/"]Oil to Reach $120 by 2012? [/URL]
Peak oil has been the talk of the energy industry during 2011. But what should we expect from 2012? There are high expectations all around, and I have herd analysts predict $120 oil numerous times. Is it really possible?
[B][URL="http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/27/get-to-know-these-oil-e-p-picks/"]Get to Know These
We recently covered some great oil service stocks, and now its the exploration and production time to shine. There are some major funds that are investing in oil E&P right now, which is a good sign for these stocks, and for investors as a whole.
Find additional research and charts here: [url]http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/27/get-to-know-these-oil-e-p-picks/[/url]
Following the Gulf oil spill, there has been a number of people who have been effected economically. Many locals working within the oil and gas industry lost their jobs or moved jobs elsewhere. However, if drilling were to be brought back, things could change dramatically.
Find additional research here: [url]http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/27/gulf-oil-production-creating-an-oil-economy/[/url]
Oil service stocks can be a great way to get in on some energy stock plays. David Alton Clark has put together his top 7 oil service stock picks.
Read the entire article here: [url]http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/26/7-oil-service-stocks-situated-to-strive/[/url]
Trying to get in on some energy stock plays? We have got some of the best picks right here. Many of these companies will probably be familiar to you if you follow the energy industry closely. But if you are a newbie, don’t worry, I’m sure you will recognize a few too!
Read the entire article here: [url]http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/25/top-energy-stocks-come-and-get-em/[/url]
Halliburton is a well known company for many reasons. It is a huge oil and gas company that has a great presence in the energy industry. They have also been a solid stock for investors as well. Can it get much better? Possibly so!
Find additional research here: [url]http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/25/the-2-gs-of-halliburton-global-growth/[/url]
T. Boone Pickens knows his stuff when it comes to the energy industry. Its always good to know about his favorite picks. He has the knowledge to know whats best, and has the insider view to make those choices. Want to know his current favorites?
Find additional research here: [url]http://turnkeyoil.com/2011/07/22/t-boones-top-energy-picks/[/url]
A couple weeks back we posted an article that stressed the importance of the U.S. exporting their excess natural gas being produced. This is a great idea. However, there would be a need for the creation of multiple natural gas liquefaction plants to make this possible.
[QUOTE]…So why don’t U.S. companies just sell to Europe and Asia? To ship natural gas, you need to cool it to -260 degrees Fahrenheit so it becomes a liquid (hence the name, LNG) and can be safely transported. The problem is, while the U.S. has receiving terminals, we have no liquefying terminals. At a rough cost of $5/mcf to liquefy and transport to Asia, it formerly made no sense for North American producers to ship it, as they were better off selling gas on the continent…
…LNG in the U.S.
The only exporting plant in North America is ConocoPhillips‘ (NYSE: COP ) Kenai LNG plant in Alaska. The plant is in the process of being shut down as natural gas supplies in the Cook Inlet basin