What Company Will Dictate How We Use Natural Gas?
The boom in natural gas production across the US has created more and more ways to turn that natural gas into a competitive advantage. Whether it be chemical manufacturing, LNG, or transportation fuel, one thing is for certain, we are a long ways away from hearing the end of this story. For investors, though, determining which companies will come out on top of all this natural gas euphoria is a different story. Can Dow Chemical maintain the competitive advantage of cheap feedstock? Or will LNG exports make first mover Cheniere Energy a top stock?
Tune into the video below where fool.com contributors Tyler Crowe and Aimee Duffy take a look at Dow, Cheniere Energy, and Clean Energy Fuels and determine which of these natural gas consumers is the best buy for investors, which one may be a little over hyped, and which one you might want to wait to see how the cards play out.
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