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Enbridge Enters The LNG World With Continued Returns

Aug. 02, 2022 10:14 AM ETEnbridge Inc. (ENB)ENFR, UMI, MLPX, GLIF, EINC29 Comments


  • Enbridge has invested in its first LNG plant for more than $1 billion while adding additional midstream opportunities.
  • The company has continued to invest heavily against its business priorities and is one of the largest investors in the renewable industry.
  • Enbridge has a massive $10 billion capital program that will support continued growth in the company's cash flow.
  • Putting this together, Enbridge has the ability to continue generating market-beating returns.
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Enbridge head office building in Toronto.


Enbridge Inc. (NYSE:ENB) announced just a few days ago that it would be investing $1.5 billion in a new LNG project in British Columbia. The company, as a midstream company, has seen a more volatile share price. As we'll see throughout

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Comments (29)

892 profile picture
18 Aug. 2022
As a current ENB shareholder, i realize that the company makes money by volume of product shipped..be it gas or oil. One long term risk not mentioned is the possibility of declining supply. One possible long term upside is the partial substitution.of some natural gas for hydrogen. Nancy Southern of Calgary based Atco has had some thoughts along these lines with up to 20pct hydrogen content mentioned. Another.Alberta company, Proton Energy (private).is experimenting with producing cheap (they claim) hydrogen from an abandoned oil.field.in Saskatchewan.
892 profile picture
18 Aug. 2022
I think you ought to visit the OECD website as your population growth number looks off given that most countries in the world.outside of Africa and the Middle East have birth rates <2.1 kids per couple.. Chinas former..one child policy for example, left it with a large population of young men who have difficulty.finding female mates due to their lower numbers. Result...less.kiddies.
Desert Wolf profile picture
ENB Div payday September 1st
Desert Wolf profile picture
What the Reference to ExxonMobile about? Under Shareholder Returns
"Among the most important of the company's assets is the Mainline pipeline which is on track for volumes to average almost 3 million barrels / day." The Governor of Michigan has not given up on stopping the replacement line for the Mainline pipeline , Line 5:
" The state Public Service Commission voted 3-0 (July 7/22) to seek further details about the potential for explosions and fires involving electrical equipment during construction of the tunnel beneath the Straits of Mackinac.
The commission’s approval would be required for Enbridge to replace two existing Line 5 pipes in the straits, which connect Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, with a new segment that would run through the proposed underground tunnel.

Enbridge and the state of Michigan are mired in legal battles over Line 5."

Any analysis of Enbridge is not complete without an update and review of the status of the replacement of line 5. The present governor and Janet Granholm, the former governor and present Secretary of Energy for the USA have both turned themselves inside out in an attempt to block the replacement for the Mainline, which is 60 years old and needs replacing.
@Glenayr They need Mancin to make a side deal for them
Desert Wolf profile picture
@Glenayr Gov Whitchner will end up writing a Check to Enbridge for her Political Greenstanding.
Overturning the Treaty that Line 5 falls under would be a Historic Failure between neighboring Nations.

Xiden will also end up compensating TRP $20 Billion for his Political Greenstanding on Keystone XL.
This money will come from USA Taxpayers.

Meanwhile he continues to Beg OPEC to increase production then Empties the Strategic Reserves and Sold Most of it to China at a Discount.
Desert Wolf profile picture
@William Frey Looks like Manchin Drank the Kool Aid and SOLD Out for a little pipeline in WV
What if they didn't pay dividends for the next 3 years and just used all that cash to pay down debt, and then resume the dividend at a higher per share rate.
Wouldn't that be nice. It would weed out all the income investors thereby suppressing the stock and people like me would buy it, only to enjoy a double digit yield 3 years later.
piterectus profile picture
@Paki Investor not dividend but shares buyback. It will take longer time but would be smoother for all, and so, more easy to swallow
@piterectus Nah, that would only cause the share price to rise. I don't want that. I'd like them to pay off most of the total debt, and then a few years from now, when there are no more interest and principle to pay, all that cash can be just paid out in divvys! Yay!
piterectus profile picture
@Paki Investor that is the conservative ortodox way of doing business and life.
I have ever owed a dollar in debt (more than the time it takes for the credit card to send me the monthly bill). However, it is not the usual way of doing business in the Usa, where owing is seen as good & trusfully and not having debts means have no credit and dangerous.
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