Top 13 High-Dividend Paying Energy Stocks

This Baker's Dozen Pays You 8% to 12% Annual Yields

By Luke Burgess
Friday, October 8th, 2010

The last time that I put a list like this together was in June 2009. At that time, I emailed the members of my Hard Money Millionaire investment advisory service a list of 28 high-dividend paying energy stocks.

Since giving my subscribers the list, 26 of those 28 energy stocks have turned a double- or triple-digit profit. 19 of those energy stocks have returned a +50% gain with six stock more than doubling in value. Take a look:

High-Dividend Energy Stock #1
+50% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #2 +38% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #3 +89% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #4 +71% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #5 +23% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #6 +38% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #7 +58% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #8 -53% loss
High-Dividend Energy Stock #9 +105% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #10 +62% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #11 +31% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #12 -79% loss
High-Dividend Energy Stock #13 +100% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #14 +64% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #15 +105% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #16 +63% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #17 bought out in November 2009 for a +55% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #18 +40% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #19 +89% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #20 +56% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #21 +46% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #22 +38% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #23 +89% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #24 +87% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #25 +103% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #26 +62% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #27 +106% gain
High-Dividend Energy Stock #28 +137% gain


It's been over a year since I published this list energy stocks. So I figured it was about time to complete a new one. And this time I thought that I would share the wealth with Energy and Capital.

The companies on my latest list of high-dividend energy stocks are involved in different areas of the energy industry. Busniesses range from oil and gas trusts to service companies.

Most of these companies have a +$500 million market cap and are currently paying between an 8% and 9% annual dividend. However, I was able to find two energy companies that are paying over a 10% dividend.

The first, Encore Energy Partners, is now controlled by Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR), which owns approximately 46% of the company's common shares. Encore Energy Partners assets consist primarily of producing and non-producing oil and natural gas properties in the Big Horn Basin in Wyoming and Montana, the Williston Basin in North Dakota and Montana, the Permian Basin in West Texas and New Mexico, and the Arkoma Basin in Arkansas and Oklahoma.

MV Oil Trust, which claims the top spot on the list with the highest dividend, owns net profits interest in oil and natural gas properties in Kansas and Colorado. The company's oil and gas properties include approximately 1,000 producing oil and gas wells.

Here's the full list of high-dividend energy stocks:

Company
Exchange: Symbol
Share Price
Market Cap
Annual Dividend Yield
BreitBurn Energy Partners
NASDAQ: BBEP $18.65 $994M 8.30%
Calumet Specialty Products Partners NASDAQ: CLMT
$20.50 $723M
9.10%
Cheniere Energy Partners AMEX: CQP $19.24 $3.11B 9.00%
Copano Energy NASDAQ: CPNO
$28.30 $1.86B
8.30%
Encore Energy Partners NYSE: ENP
$18.85 $855M
10.60%
EV Energy Partners NASDAQ: EVEP $35.64 $964M 8.50%
Exterran Partners NASDAQ: EXLP
$22.05 $527M
8.40%
Legacy Reserves NASDAQ: LGCY
$25.36 $1.02B
8.30%
Martin Midstream Partners NASDAQ: MMLP
$33.06 $615M
9.00%
MV Oil Trust NYSE:
MVO
$31.18 $359M 12.80%
Natural Resource Partners NYSE: NRP $26.64 $1.97B 8.10%
Provident Energy Trust NYSE: PVX
$7.15 $1.90B
9.70%
Vanguard Natural Resources NYSE: VNR
$25.96 $573M
8.60%


As I just mentioned, the last time I published a similiar list of high-dividend energy stocks, investors did quite well. And with energy materials and other natural resources running on short supplies, I believe my list of high-dividend paying energy stocks is prepared for a second round of super profits. Time will tell.

Good Investing,

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Luke Burgess
Investment Director, Hard Money Millionaire and Underground Profits


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