As an aside ! listened to a British analyst who described Cramer as El Quaida,s greatest financial weapon in the US , as he has destroyed more personal worth than El Quaida could ever have done themselves.
Valley, the market in energy shares is driven by day to day oil prices and not specific company dynamics. Something to think about?
Dilution on the way with subordinated shares now being classified as ordinary shares. They may not be able to maintain the dividend.
You must be a female to lump together two unrelated companies.
Azur, was similar to SXE. High net asset value, low share price. Has a positive cash flow, but not like SXE. I suppose " investors " are seeing value with the oil price. I think it is too early to make a call on AZUR, until we know the future volumes they think they will transport in their pipes.