Our #16 Energy Company Is a Leading Low Cost Producer
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.
After natural gas prices reached record lows in 2012, the price has rebounded but not all producers are making money from drilling gas wells. However, that is not the case for Cabot Oil & Gas , who is using its flagship Marcellus shale assets to drill some of the most economical wells in the space. Better yet, Cabot still holds 3000 potential drilling locations and with 2013 production guidance expected to be 44% to 54% higher than 2012, combined with a low net debt to cap ratio, the company still looks like a nice value play.
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