3 Reasons to Buy InterOil


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With record disparity between natural gas prices throughout the world, liquid natural gas exportation is in vogue, with investors buying into the main players. Cheniere Energy (NYS: LNG) has appreciated 40% so far this year on its future potential of exporting up to 16 million tons per annum of LNG by 2018. The incredible arbitrage opportunity has a number of oil and gas firms moving into LNG, including InterOil (NYS: IOC) . Check out the video below for three reasons investing in InterOil could be extremely beneficial for your portfolio.

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