See link to story...http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040903/35210_1.html
just not trueOK... just ONE question....How many LNG tankers are there in the WORLD ??and how many are available for additional LNG??? (OK 2 questions)and I could give you 100 more about LNG and is "availablity in the world market"Hell...We (the USA) vent or burn off more NG than could ever by imported in LNG.;... even inside the USA mauch of it is not effective to pipeline
$3.50... the triumph of hope over reason. As for selling SJT, you should know where to put your new money. If any on this board have some ideas speak up.I was in Denmark and Germany in May. There are windmills everywhere along the Baltic coast. The contraptions are seriously ugly. To run a loading facility for LNG out of someone's "pristine" harbor (imagine Maine as in the WSJ a week or so ago). Nuclear is the only sane answer but that won't happen in my lifetime.Lost
Hey, I hope you do very well in everything. Seriously. I hope you continue to do as well as your record. It sounds very good.I don't have much experience in international or emerging markets. Oil & gas is my only strong suit. What I still feel is that, long-term, energy is a good place to be, just not in these trusts.
more likely 2010 if ever
If there's a news story about it, we're probably near a bottom.dd
Given that the key months of January, February and March are in the 6.40 area, I would think that SJT can live with a decline in the near months with minimal, if any, erosion. If the winter months went below 6.00, I'd start getting worried.
Also we should remember that yes, while NG is in a significant bearish cycle that we are coming off of very high levels.But weakness is weakness, and since I'm a trend guy I must admit that I couldn't be a NG bull at the moment.But as long as the chart holds up in SJT plus dividends are still reasonable, I'm a happy guy.DD