Fracking’s about to go broke

The Fracking Shakeout: Coming This Summer
By Christian A. DeHaemer | Thursday, May 29th, 2014
Christian A. DeHaemer

We’ve known for a while now that natural gas fracking companies weren’t making a lot of money.
The low cost of natural gas and the high supply meant margins were tight or nonexistent. That’s why experts like Keith Kohl have been digging into balance sheets and picking the winners from the losers.
In my trading service Crisis and Opportunity, I haven’t been buying fracking companies — rather, I’ve been buying those companies that benefit from the fracking boom. For example, there are firms selling fracking sand (one company is up more than 350%) that are growing 30% a year.
One company that makes railcars for shipping oil and gas just got a 7,000-car order. And others that provide storage tanks and port facilities have doubled in the past year.
It is no surprise to us here at Energy and Capital that a fracking shakeout is coming. We’ve been ahead of the fracking curve for about ten years now.
But yesterday, Bloomberg stated the obvious in an article entitled, “Shakeout Threatens Shale Patch as Frackers Go for Broke.”

TAP – Fracking’s a short term play which long term destroys all underground water, drains away all water reserves and makes future mining impossible.  On top of that it destroys the real estate market.  Politicians like Paterson that go around advocating fracking are incredibly dumb or paid off by big money or both.  Those behind it like David Cameron and Prince Charles are nothing less than criminals.  Fracking could leads to more loss of life than war.  That of course is why they want it as part of their Agenda for the 21st century.  When Charles talks obliquely as tough decisions being taken for the long term future of humanity, he means killing people.   See his recent speech at Inclusive Capitalism.


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6 Responses to “Fracking’s about to go broke”

  1. Anonymous says:

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  2. NPP says:

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  3. TMWKTMBNE says:

    Christian women in Sudan sentenced to 100 LASHES and DEATH BY HANGING

    Please sign petition:

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    Meriam, a mother of two and wife to an American citizen, has been sentenced to 100 lashes and death by hanging on charges of adultery and apostasy (or leaving Islam). Meriam was born to a Muslim father, who left at age 6, but was raised by her Orthodox Christian mother in Western Sudan. Meriam is a graduate of Khartoum University, a medical professional (she studied to be a doctor), and is married to Daniel Wani, a South Sudanese Christian, naturalized U.S. citizen, and New Hampshire resident who is confined to a wheelchair.

    In February, an immediate family member, after learning of Meriam’s faith and marriage to a Christian man, filed an apostasy claim against her. On February 27th, Meriam and her 20-month-old son, Martin, were arrested and detained by Sudan’s Public Order Police without charge or trial.

    Meriam was later charged with adultery and apostasy on March 4th, convicted of both charges on May 11th, and sentenced to 100 lashes and death on May 15th after refusing to recant her faith. Facing Judge al-Khaleefa and teh Sudan Fatwa Council, Meriam boldly declared “I am a Christian, and I will remain a Christian.”

    Born to a Muslim father, Meriam is considered a Muslim in the eyes of Sudan’s Sharia-inspired laws. Not only is Meriam’s Christian faith considered an act of apostasy, which is punishable by death, her faithful marriage to Daniel is considered an act of adulterous sexual relation.

    On May 22nd, Meriam’s legal defense team filed her case with the Khartoum Court of Appeals. Whether or not the Appeals Court will hear Meriam’s case has yet to be decided.

    In waiting, Meriam gave birth to a beauiiful and reportedly healthy baby daughter, Maya. Though Daniel was barred from witnessing Maya’s birth, a photo was recently released to the public showing him overcome by holding his daighter in his arms for the very first time. Both Maya and Martin will stay with Meriam in the Omdurman Federal Woman’s prison near Sudan’s caiptal city, Khartoum, until she is either released, or the esentences are carried out.

  4. Anonymous says:

    My wife types up notes for an MP who was in favour of fracking but he said in confidence that he is scared of losing his seat at the next election, so better not support it any longer
    keep up the good work lads
    and thankyou

  5. Anonymous says:

    TKWMBE
    check on how many muslims are killed by the jews each day ?
    it was 9 per week on average, the
    SHINBET want double that over the next few months, kids women men no matter its the numbers reduced which they want.
    And how come no one mentions jewish extremists ? the UK and the USA are chock full of them

  6. Nollidge says:

    Knowing what I do about Islam & Judaism,I have no sleepless nights about them killing each other.th more the merrier.

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