The Natural Gas Rebound Continues
After going below $2 per million BTUs earlier this year, natural gas is now close to $3 per MMbtu. Moreover, gas-directed rig counts continue to fall, having dipped below 500 in recent weeks. The lowered gas-rig count has also led to below-average supply injections. As long as we don't hit peak capacity before winter hits, we're in prime position to work off a lot of the supply glut. While some investors believe a natural gas investment will return en masse with just a small price bump, analyst Paul Chi believes that's not the case. Watch the following video to see why.
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