Since natural gas prices are influenced by weather in the East of Mississippi area, I suggest that you take a look at the Weather Centre for long term forecasts.
Recently, the weathercentre has made two forecasts which are bullish for natural gas prices.
1. Starting in late June there will be a US heatwave with the possibility of a tropical cyclone hitting the Gulf Coast.
2. The winter of 2013 - 2014 will be very cold in the Central/Eastern US starting in December.
You can find the details on the weathercentre website.
UPL is my biggest bet, after XOM in the sector. 25 is too cheap for this one gray, as long as Ng doesn't #$%$ out.
thanks, this is helpful.