LONDON--(Marketwire - Nov 14, 2012) - A series of initial public offerings from the oil and gas sector are off to an encouraging start. There were concerns that IPOs from Diamondback Energy Inc. and Seadrill Partners LLC may be poorly timed because of global economic uncertainty but that does not appear to be the case. In fact, many companies in the oil & gas sector, especially the energy LPs which have gone public since the end of September, are trading above their initial offering price. See what our analysts have to say on Diamondback Energy Inc. and Seadrill Partners LLC. Follow the Link below
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On the drilling and exploration front, healthy demand for new rigs and drilling operations is fueling optimism. Much of the raised capital is being put to expansion, exploration and developmental activities. It is these efforts that distinguish these IPOs from those seen in other industries. While there is strong competition, there appears to be a tremendous amount of room to grow. The influx of capital is accelerating these efforts and in several cases, bringing share prices up as well.
There is some risk to such rapid expansion though. Demand levels may fall or volatile energy prices may disrupt growth. Incurring too much debt too quickly may also scare off some investors.
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