3 Great Ways to Invest in Natural Gas
Mar 7th 2013 6:31PM
Updated Mar 7th 2013 7:30PM
With the massive overproduction of natural gas in the United States, the price has fallen to levels that are painful for many companies to swallow. In this video, Motley Fool energy analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman talk about how companies such as SandRidge and Chesapeake Energy , which purchased huge amounts of natural gas land assets before the prices dropped, are now struggling with severe cash flow issues, and have had to make a number of sales just to make ends meet. Joel and Taylor also discuss a few low-cost natural gas producers that are still thriving, even at today's prices.
The scramble to divest assets has taken a toll on Chesapeake Energy. Its share price depreciated after negative news surfaced concerning the company's management and spiraling debt picture. While the debt still persists, giant steps have been taken to help mitigate the problem. To learn more about Chesapeake and its enormous potential, you're invited to check out The Motley Fool's brand new premium report on the company. Simply click here now to access your copy.
The article 3 Great Ways to Invest in Natural Gas originally appeared on Fool.com.Joel South owns shares of SandRidge Energy. Taylor Muckerman has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool recommends Range Resources and Ultra Petroleum. The Motley Fool owns shares of Ultra Petroleum and has the following options: Long Jan 2014 $20 Calls on Chesapeake Energy, Long Jan 2014 $30 Calls on Chesapeake Energy, Short Jan 2014 $15 Puts on Chesapeake Energy, Long Jan 2014 $30 Calls on Ultra Petroleum, Long Jan 2014 $40 Calls on Ultra Petroleum, and Long Jan 2014 $50 Calls on Ultra Petroleum. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
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