Oil and Gas Producers

Peters, Josh; Chenoweth, Eric
December 2006
Morningstar DividendInvestor;Dec2006, Vol. 2 Issue 11, Special section p10
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with Eric Chenoweth, associate director of equity research at Morningstar, about energy prices and prospects for the companies dependent on those prices. He explains the reason behind the price drop of oil and natural gas prices. He discusses Morningstar's long-term outlook for natural gas prices. Chenoweth believes that the biggest short-run risks are on the demand side.


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