The Iraqi government is unhappy with the independent deal Exxon struck with Kurdistan to explore for oil.
The government may give non-state companies access to its oil fields in the Arctic.
This ETF holds equally-weighted positions in 30 stocks involved in the out-of-favor natural gas sector.
While higher crude oil prices will undoubtedly be a boon to giants like ExxonMobil and Chevron, the smaller companies likely stand to benefit most.
Despite being 'highly speculative,' the oil giant hopes to benefit from Europe's shale gas prospects in the future.
After declaring equities safer than bonds and gold, the billionaire sets an example with several purchases.
With a high yield and rapid growth, this offshore operator is a fundamental and technical buy.
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