In this segment, Motley Fool analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman discuss companies 20 thru 16 of their Top 20 energy companies to watch. The complete video can be seen here.
As the natural gas revolution continues to takeover the United States, master limited partnerships are primed to grow both distributions and unitholder share price. One of the best companies to play the natural gas boom is Boardwalk Pipeline Partners . With an extensive network of natural gas pipelines dominating the Gulf Coast, an expansion project into the gas heavy Marcellus shale, in addition to having financial backing from general partner, Loews Corp. Boardwalk Pipeline Partners is primed to reward unitholders during this natural gas bonanza.
More ways to play the resource revolution
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