In this video, energy analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman cover the top three energy performers in 2012. While Cheniere Energy makes the cut after gaining its FERC approval in April, the rest of the list consists of mid-continent refiners. Check out the video below to see who tops our list of energy stocks in 2012.
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