Cheniere Has More Than Doubled This Year
Dec 22nd 2012 2:00PM
Updated Dec 22nd 2012 2:02PM
In this edition, energy analyst Joel South explains what went right for Cheniere (NYSEMKT: LNG) this past year, growing its share price by 105%. When you talk about Cheniere in 2012, the story starts with its FERC approval in April, making it the only firm in the continental United States to gain a federal permit to export LNG. The company has now secured contracts for all 5 LNG trains at its Sabine Pass facility in Louisiana. Check out the following video for more information on our No. 3 energy stock for 2012.
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