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nafta07 19 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 11, 2016 10:47 AM Member since: Nov 8, 1999
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    Just what I was saying about any bad news on DVN.

    by mtay515 Feb 11, 2016 10:04 AM
    nafta07 nafta07 Feb 11, 2016 10:47 AM Flag

    The coming spring will be all telling , when the refinery’s shut down for annual maintenance the crude inventory will max out , I bet tankers will be lined up in the gulf.

  • Reply to

    Strippers will go belly up now

    by p2ialias Jan 15, 2016 12:39 PM
    nafta07 nafta07 Jan 15, 2016 2:57 PM Flag

    The House of Saud has made a Trillion dollar mistake........

  • nafta07 nafta07 Jan 13, 2016 3:34 PM Flag

    Ican is asking the same question but I doubt he will loose any sleep over it...........

  • Reply to

    Sabine Pass is open for Business.........

    by nafta07 Jan 12, 2016 10:30 AM
    nafta07 nafta07 Jan 12, 2016 12:52 PM Flag

    It will take a fair amount off the US market as it ramps up , it should lend some support for US NG pricing....

  • The United States will enter the market for liquefied natural gas (LNG) later this week when Cheniere Energy Inc. (LNG) begins loading the first tanker ever to export LNG from the lower 48 states. The tanker, dubbed the Energy Atlantic, is scheduled to arrive at Cheniere's Sabine Pass terminal off the coast of Louisiana on Tuesday.
    The Sabine Pass terminal was originally built as an LNG import terminal, anticipating declining output of natural gas from U.S. wells. Then the horizontal drilling and fracking revolution hit in 2010, and Cheniere quickly saw the writing on the wall and applied to convert the import terminal to an export facility.
    The Sabine Pass terminal's estimated output capacity is 22.5 million metric tons (tonnes) annually, and Cheniere is building a second export terminal with a 9 million tonne capacity offshore of Corpus Christi, Texas, that is scheduled to open in late 2018. One million tonnes of LNG is equivalent to 48 billion cubic feet of natural gas.
    The U.S. consumes about 700 billion cubic feet of natural gas on average every day, which works out to about 26 trillion cubic feet in a year. Sabine Pass has capacity to export just over 1 trillion cubic feet a year. Besides the Cheniere terminal, three other LNG export terminals are under construction, with additional export capacity of about 33.8 million tonnes per year.
    This should help take some excess off the market..............

  • Reply to

    CUNT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    by dmorgan2151 Jan 11, 2016 2:11 PM
    nafta07 nafta07 Jan 11, 2016 2:19 PM Flag

    The United States will enter the market for liquefied natural gas (LNG) later this week when Cheniere Energy Inc. (LNG) begins loading the first tanker ever to export LNG from the lower 48 states. The tanker, dubbed the Energy Atlantic, is scheduled to arrive at Cheniere's Sabine Pass terminal off the coast of Louisiana on Tuesday.
    The Sabine Pass terminal was originally built as an LNG import terminal, anticipating declining output of natural gas from U.S. wells. Then the horizontal drilling and fracking revolution hit in 2010, and Cheniere quickly saw the writing on the wall and applied to convert the import terminal to an export facility.
    The Sabine Pass terminal's estimated output capacity is 22.5 million metric tons (tonnes) annually, and Cheniere is building a second export terminal with a 9 million tonne capacity offshore of Corpus Christi, Texas, that is scheduled to open in late 2018. One million tonnes of LNG is equivalent to 48 billion cubic feet of natural gas.
    The U.S. consumes about 700 billion cubic feet of natural gas on average every day, which works out to about 26 trillion cubic feet in a year. Sabine Pass has capacity to export just over 1 billion cubic feet a year. Besides the Cheniere terminal, three other LNG export terminals are under construction, with additional export capacity of about 33.8 million tonnes per year.
    LETS SEE HOW THIS WORKS OUT........

  • Reply to

    SD STOP TRADING AT .15 CENTS

    by xvxxxvvv Jan 11, 2016 10:10 AM
    nafta07 nafta07 Jan 11, 2016 10:29 AM Flag

    It's now SDOC............

  • Reply to

    Can,

    by kootch_1 Jan 6, 2016 12:19 AM
    nafta07 nafta07 Jan 6, 2016 3:36 PM Flag

    I think with Patton Manning healthy the Bronco's can run the table , unless they loose..............

  • Reply to

    2016 predictions...

    by poil13 Dec 23, 2015 3:59 PM
    nafta07 nafta07 Dec 28, 2015 2:56 PM Flag

    Low $45.71
    High $61.88
    Telecom in general should out perform the general market in 2016 , in my humble opinion..........

  • nafta07 nafta07 Dec 28, 2015 1:07 PM Flag

    Too bad only a million or so live in the state , the population centers are well above average.........

  • Reply to

    scary...losing all the money

    by choutony Dec 14, 2015 2:50 PM
    nafta07 nafta07 Dec 14, 2015 3:26 PM Flag

    Paris climate deal sinks coal stocks

    Coal stocks sink (KOL -1.7%) as renewable energy stocks rally following this weekend's climate change accord reached in Paris, which could foreshadow tougher worldwide regulations on coal and oil companies.
    The details of implementation will be left to individual nations, with a range of possible policy measures which could include tighter environmental regulations, taxes on carbon, and a shifting of government subsidies; analysts generally believe the net impact will be a further gradual reduction of global oil and coal demand growth over the decades to some, rather than an immediate downward revision.

  • Reply to

    LVLT outperforming Market

    by paleoboy1967 Dec 9, 2015 8:57 PM
    nafta07 nafta07 Dec 10, 2015 10:31 AM Flag

    The bulls are targeting Level 3 Communications.

    option Monster’s Heat Seeker market scanner shows that 5,035 January 55 calls were purchased for $1.15 and 5,035 January 60 calls were sold for $0.10 yesterday. This is new positioning, as volume was far above open interest in both strikes.

    The resulting vertical spread cost a net $1.05 and is looking for a rally above $55 by mid-January, with a maximum potential profit of 376 percent. The sale of the higher-strike contracts reduces the cost of the long calls but limits potential gains, as the trader will be obligated to sell shares if they rise above $60.

    LVLT fell 0.28 percent to $52.64 yesterday but is up 16 percent in the last three months. The network-technology company gapped higher on a strong earnings report in late October, and now the bulls are looking for it to break free of its 200-day moving average.
    The next set of quarterly numbers is estimated to come out on Feb. 3.

    Overall option volume in the name was 25 times greater than average, according to the Heat Seeker. Total calls outnumbered puts by a bullish 58-to-1 ratio.

  • nafta07 nafta07 Dec 7, 2015 2:22 PM Flag

    No doubt Carl has some dry powder , no doubt he has been buying . He called it a year or two back , he said there would be unbelievable valuations in the oil and gas sector going forward.

  • Natural Gas Exports Could Shift Power in U.S. Energy
    In foreign markets, natural gas carries a much higher price than it does domestically, but if exports grow as predicted, prices here could jump.
    The U.S. has a glut of natural gas, and according to free market theory, it should be more effective to start selling more of it overseas than to simply store greater and greater quantities of it domestically. To that end, the U.S. government has approved the export of over 10 billion cubic feet of natural gas, which will start hitting global markets later this year.
    For natural gas producers and shippers, those additional customers could mean booming revenues. But for energy markets as a whole, those exports could cause some strange side effects.
    Heating prices could spike
    Over half of U.S. households use natural gas to heat their homes in the winter, and the boom in production has resulted in huge savings for them. In 2015, the U.S. Energy Information Administration expects lower natural gas prices to result in 10% energy savings for consumers. But those lower prices may not last.
    Early exporter Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNG), which will start shipping liquid natural gas later this year, is selling millions of BTUs worth of energy per year to countries like France, Portugal, and Japan, where natural gas prices are triple or quadruple what we pay in the U.S. Even at relatively low prices around the world the low cost structure of U.S. natural gas can generate a significant margin for Cheniere.
    With natural gas prices high enough overseas to justify shipping billions of Btus per year there will be a big new demand source for U.S. natural gas. That could spark an increase in U.S. natural gas prices, especially if international LNG prices return to where they were in 2014. It may not seem like a big deal if natural gas prices went from near $2 per MMBtu to $3 per MMBtu, but that's a 50% increase in energy cost that could hit most Americans' checkbook.

    Cheniere Energy is one of the most debated stocks in energy today, with some observers thinking it'll make billions on the arbitrage between domestic and international natural gas prices. But others think prices will balance quickly, and potential profit will be small. No matter what, the signs point to higher energy prices for consumers.
    Electricity prices could rise
    One of the things cheap natural gas has done is take market share from coal in the electricity generation industry. That's where most of the increasing domestic supply has gone. You can see that the amount of electricity from natural gas has more than doubled over the past decade, while electricity from coal has declined more than 20%.
    on't see anything indicating that these trends will slow down, but rising demand from power plants combined with rising international demand points to higher natural gas prices domestically.
    Drilling could pick up again
    If natural gas prices do indeed jump, the obvious beneficiaries will be natural gas drillers, which have been pummeled over the last few years. Quicksilver Resources was a high-profile natural gas producer that went bankrupt earlier this year, which indicates how bad things have gotten.
    Investors looking for the upside potential should consider Ultra Petroleum (NYSE: UPL) andSouthwestern Energy (NYSE: SWN), two energy companies highly leveraged to natural gas. Both have at least been hovering around breakeven (minus Southwestern Energy's $2.8 billion writedown in the third quarter) despite low natural gas prices. And both have reasonably strong balance sheets.
    Higher natural gas prices would upset the balance in energy
    Low-cost natural gas has caused a huge shift in the U.S. energy profile over the past decade; we're using much more of it to heat our homes and to generate electricity. So if exporting U.S.-produced natural gas globally leads to higher prices at home, it would hit consumers hard, which could, in turn, make competing resources like renewable energy or even coal more competitive.
    It's worth watching what happens to natural gas prices over the next few years. Exports may have a bigger impact than you'd expect on your bottom line.

  • Reply to

    Remember Pearl Harbor

    by chairmanbarack Dec 7, 2015 10:26 AM
    nafta07 nafta07 Dec 7, 2015 10:36 AM Flag

    Pearl Harbor was a sneak attack......................The House of Saud has been attacking for a couple years now.

  • RK must have a pile in his shorts about now , you would think management would have something to say....

  • Reply to

    New to KMI div question

    by safebets2000 Nov 24, 2015 3:05 PM
    nafta07 nafta07 Nov 24, 2015 3:34 PM Flag

    It could be ether , depending how your brokerage account is set up , reinvest the dividend or it washes to a cash account. I prefer the cash that way I can buy or reinvest when I choose and not on the dividend date.

  • nafta07 nafta07 Nov 18, 2015 4:42 PM Flag

    Up two bucks and change today Bud....................

  • nafta07 nafta07 Nov 16, 2015 1:36 PM Flag

    Buysell you nailed it , I lurk here myself from time to time but I have come to the conclusion that most the chatter here is one or maybe two people talking to themselves. Once the entertainment value wears off it becomes a waste of time…………………………….

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