Liquid Growth Surging: Is It Time to Look at Oil Juniors?
In this video, Motley Fool energy analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman take a close look at Halcon Resources and Kodiak Oil & Gas . Joel points out that oil juniors often take on a lot of debt in order to grow production rapidly and that investors will want to keep a close eye on whether that production growth is meeting goals. He tells us what he likes about these two companies and their production growth and what he'll be expecting from them in the future.
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