Ultra Petroleum's Recent Purchase: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Ultra Petroleum has been pretty quiet on the acquisition front recently, but that changed this week when the oil and natural gas producer made a $680 million purchase in the Uinta Basin. Not every purchase is perfect, so in this video Fool contributor Tyler Crowe takes a look at three ways you can look at this deal.
If you are looking at this from a bearish standpoint you should be concerned about takeaway capacity. The region offers a very limited crude pipeline and only 63,000 barrels per day of refining capacity from two refineries owned by Tesoro and HollyFrontier . Tune into the video below to see the other ways investors can view this recent move.
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