Natural Gas In 2013: The Bull And Bear Case
For investors in the natural gas sector it certainly has been a tug of war the last few years. Prices for the fuel surged from a low of $1.96 per million Btus in early 2002 to a peak of $15.78 back in 2005 as the U.S. was predicted to be in short supply of the fuel. Since that time, advances in hydraulic fracturing ( fracking ) as well as horizontal drilling have helped unlock a virtual ocean of the natural gas within U.S. borders. That abundance has completely changed the supply landscape and has resulted in massive inventories of the fuel [for more natural gas news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: The Ultimate Guide To Natural Gas Investing Winter Chill Returns, UNG Poised To Pop? Get Ready To Buy Natural Gas How Well Does UNG Track Natural Gas? Three ETFs To Play Natural Gas Not Named UNG
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