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  • Chesapeake Energy (CHK -2%) is reinstated with a Neutral rating and $26 price target at Goldman Sachs, as the firm says favorable core positions in the Eagle Ford, Marcellus and Utica shales are offset by a funding gap that limits the pace of development. CHK may need to see larger-scale sales/separation of core acreage to receive market value/acre for key positions. [View news story]
    Yes, short CHK if Golden is saying buy. Been there before
    May 31 06:48 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Chesapeake Energy Needs More Change To Become A Successful Turnaround [View article]
    I'm also staying with Chesapeake. Sure there's been a lot of issues but now they seem to be coming out of that with the new CEO, he has the ability to get things turned around. Since natural gas is so low by converting all of their vehicles to run on natural gas and by converting the drilling rigs & Frac units, Chesapeake could save millions of dollars every month in fuel. Now is the time for Chesapeake to cut their expense.
    Apr 2 02:04 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Natural Gas Prices Bode Well For #2 U.S. Producer Chesapeake Energy [View article]
    Now is definitely the time to buy Chesapeake. The natural gas movement will take time but it is moving and it's moving at a very rapid pace. First-quarter 2014 you'll see a lot more movement in the natural gas industry by way of transportation. Chesapeake should shift from diesel to natural gas in their drilling rigs Frac units and automobiles.We believe that we have a game changer for the E&P companies that can put profitability back into them. We have a new product out that we believe can be of real service to the Oil & Gas industry. We can now hook into the wellhead, strip out the NGLs and pay producers on a net back for the liquids. We can take the methane and make LNG in the field and convert the drilling rigs and frac units to run on natural gas. This method allows the producer to continue to drill a field where there are no gas lines and make money in the process. Our skid mounted LNG machines are going to be limited to producers in 13 & 14. We fund the entire operation using our capital, so the producer saves money from gallon one. We could sell LNG in the field for $1.00 per gallon depending on their gas analysis. This would save E&P companies millions each month in fuel cost and allow them to drill with no flaring.


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    Apr 2 07:58 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apache: This Cheap Energy Stock Is Ready To Move Higher [View article]
    I think you'll see Apache turn around in a real big way. There are new technologies out that will help Apache to increase their income and reduce her expenses. If a company like Apache could cut their fuel expense by half and increase their income in production areas Where there are no gas lines or the gas lines of full why wouldn't. Now there is no reason to ever flare a well again.One of the major Oil & Gas companies did a pilot program back in 2011 on four wells that they drilled in a 40 day time period. By using natural gas and having their rigs converted to run on natural gas they were able to save over $860,000 in their fuel cost In the 40 day time frame. However they needed to be hooked to a natural gas well in order to accomplish that. With the ability now to make natural gas into liquid natural gas in the field and transported to the drilling sites it is now possible to expand this beyond 4 wells. We can convert these rigs to run on a bi-fuel 75% natural gas 25% diesel. If for whatever reason natural gas is not available to the operator they can run 100% diesel.

    We have a new product out that we believe can be of real service to the Oil & Gas industry. We can now hook into the wellhead, strip out the NGLs and pay producers on a net back for the liquids. We can take the methane and make LNG in the field and convert the drilling rigs and frac units to run on natural gas. This method allows the producer to continue to drill a field where there are no gas lines and make money in the process. Our skid mounted LNG machines are going to be limited to producers in 13 & 14. We fund the entire operation using our capital, so the producer saves money from gallon one. We could sell LNG in the field for $1.00 per gallon depending on their gas analysis. This would save E&P companies millions each month in fuel cost and allow them to drill with no flaring. In the next 12 months you'll see companies like Sandridge, Chesapeake, and a host of other predominately natural gas producers increase in value by increasing their income in reducing their expenses. America CNG at this point does not hold any stock in any of these companies, however we would trade our services for their stock. We believe there's going to be a big turn around Coming soon.
    Apr 1 04:55 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • SandRidge Energy: Huge Payoff Potential [View article]
    Bad management of the pass creates great opportunity for the future. Watch Carl Icahn-Chesapeake and the private equity group out of New York that recasts the board for SandRidge. They will get rid of the bad management that's left and turn these companies around. Past failures create opportunities for future growth. I would be long both companies. Just my thoughts.You don't have a $20 billion net worth because you're a dummy, My moneys on Carl.
    Apr 1 04:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Exxon Mobil (XOM) now says 12,500 barrels of oil and water have been recovered from a pipeline that ruptured Friday in Arkansas. Predictably, the spill has turned into political fodder for opponents of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Massachusetts Democrat Ed Markey says the Arkansas spill demonstrates "that transporting large amounts of this corrosive and polluting fuel is a bad deal for American taxpayers." [View news story]
    Jon,
    you're absolutely right solar and wind cannot touch natural gas.
    Apr 1 12:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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