Global demand for liquefied natural gas is growing rapidly, and the U.S. has it. But what's causing angst in the industry are regulators: Can our government agencies license exports fast enough for U.S. producers to get in on that rising LNG market before before foreign competitors eat their lunch?
When the BP Gulf oil spill hit, Flowserve's stock was one of the energy plays that got hammered along with BP. But seven months later, it has risen back to it pre-disaster level. And several analysts see even better days coming.