Those looking for a different play on the abundence of Natural gas
Natural gas can be exported through a process converting it to liquefied natural gas. LNG is natural gas cooled to very low temperatures reducing considerably its volume, making it practical, from a physical and economic perspective, to transport gas over long distances. The two main ways of transporting gas over long distances are pipeline and LNG shipping. In some instances only one or the other is viable, as LNG ships cannot operate on land, and pipelines are prohibitively expensive over long sea distances. A growing emergence in disparity between location of natural gas reserves and the nations that consume natural gas has resulted in a rise in the percentage of natural gas traded between countries, to 31% from about 16% about two decades ago, a trend that should continue to persist going forward
As production continues to increase the U.S. may become soon a net exporter of natural gas. As U.S. natural gas prices are much cheaper compared to the rest of the world, the opportunity to sell natural gas to foreign countries is huge. (GLOG) , (GLNG) is a way to play this.
Cheniere Energy (LNG) another opportunity. There are also many other ways to pursue these investments in the LNG field Currently offering solid growth prospects and a high-dividend yield of 5.6%, the company does carry a higher debt limit which can be a negative as far as investing goes. This means for an investor one must do the DD to trade this stock. A closer look would indicate that with the long term contracts, the high debt should not be an issue.
As always with any investment there is risk. The information presented here has been gathered from various reports and articles from the internet. This is not a solicitation to buy or sell, but is provided to give you some insight as to how I invest in Dividend paying stocks.