The shorts have slowly been increasing their positions on low volume. Any longs are holding tight or have already bailed at higher prices.
Everybody is waiting on update of stations.
Daily news comes out about companies and municipalities converting to nat gas. The transformation from diesel to nat gas is taking place right before our eyes. I really like the Virginia contract and expect to see more State deals. Maybe Boone can get us a sweet deal in Oklahoma.
If we get the Frito Lay RFP that is out, game over as this will cement us in corp fleets.
I understand they have 50 sales guys out beating the bushes for deals.
Glad to see nat gas prices rising as this will have a major impact on increases in revenue. Even though volumes increased substantial YOY, revenues didn't reflect the large increases as nat gas prices dropping to $2.00 versus $3.45 had an impact.
I agree that the 20's is long range target.
Jan 14 in the call options are looking attractive, if you want to leverage your positions.
It just does not have any money to do anything more
The frito lay would be a perfect example or va
They can not afford and new besides ones planed except to lease
If you lease their goes all your profit long term in the 5 year they will be doing
And at the end of 5 years they will have nothing