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Dan Dicker is a 25 year veteran of the New York Mercantile Exchange where he traded crude oil, natural gas, unleaded gasoline and heating oil…

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Midstream Opportunities in the Marcellus

I’ve been warning readers about 1st quarter energy results in the Exploration and Production companies – believing that the results would be overhyped and lead to disappointments.  But nothing like that has happened.  

In fact, the E+P’s have been killing it, if not from increased realizations, then by the strong prices in natural gas during the winter of 2013.  And, if that weren’t enough, the wide differentials in domestic crude benchmarks led to some incredible results from the refiners and in the downstream results of the big integrated stocks.  Exxon-Mobil (XOM), my long time ‘go to’ integrated behemoth, just posted incredible downstream numbers, in time to see those shares rise well over $100.  Jim Cramer, who I spoke with yesterday, sees $120 as a reasonable Exxon target.   Wow.

But one area of energy is being overlooked in this incredible renaissance of US production:  Midstream assets.  In the massive ramping of production here in the US, what has been left behind so far has been the infrastructure to carry it where it needs to go.  Despite the thousands of miles of pipelines that currently criss-cross our nation, there’s much, much more that needs to be built in order to catch up to the potential resources E+P companies are targeting.  

Two obvious areas for midstream growth present themselves as worthy of investment, the Marcellus and the Bakken –…

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