These Gas Stocks are Cornering the Asian Market

Keith Kohl

Written By Keith Kohl

Posted August 23, 2013

There’s a secret energy deal being made as you read this.

Perhaps it isn’t so much of a “secret” as it’s being kept under wraps…

For years, the major players have been hammering out the details, negotiating a pact that will potentially generate trillions of dollars over a period of decades.

At the heart of this deal is a small facility being constructed on a cove located with easy, direct access to the Pacific Ocean.

Now, whenever there’s a massive energy treaty at stake, you can bet the Chinese are on one side of the table…

This one is no exception.

After all, China has been scrambling wildly to secure future energy supplies, and they are desperate to close this deal soon as possible. 

China’s Desperation

Simply put, China is addicted to energy — all kinds of energy.

The country is on pace to shell out half a trillion dollars for foreign crude oil. In case you’re wondering, that comes out to more than nine million barrels daily. And the Chinese are paying more per barrel than we are here in the U.S.

Although we often chide about our addiction to oil in the United States, we imported 7.7 million barrels per day from various countries last May. And that number is expected to drop further, as the U.S. ramps up oil production from its tight oil resources.

As for coal, the Chinese are even worse off: The country’s coal demand has jumped more than 50% over the last ten years — and now accounts for nearly half of global consumption.

But neither of these energy sources holds a candle to China’s need for natural gas…

Natural gas consumption in the Middle Kingdom has surged 346% since 2002!

This runaway demand is going to get worse before it gets better, as the push for cleaner forms of energy (that is, cleaner than oil and dirty coal) comes under more public scrutiny.

Add to that the harsh reality that China will pay a high premium for that natural gas — up to four times more than its being sold for in the United States…

This, dear reader, is what has sparked China’s global spending spree.

What most investors don’t realize is that only a few companies are in the right position to capitalize on the trillions of dollars the Chinese will spend on Canada’s future gas supply.

Your Next Winner

You’d be hard-pressed to come across a better opportunity to take advantage of China’s growing energy crisis.

Believe me when I say it won’t be coal that the Chinese will use to satisfy the nation’s insatiable demand for energy. The country already accounts for nearly half of the world’s coal consumption, and the Chinese are desperate to diversify their energy mix…

And that’s precisely where Canadian natural gas comes into play.

Now, I understand the majority of investors don’t expect much of a return in Canadian natural gas. Dirt-cheap natural gas prices in the United States have made it so Canada’s natural gas industry is struggling to make ends meet.

But let’s take a moment to look at how just one company with close ties to this huge energy deal has performed for its shareholders — in spite of abysmal gas prices:


In order to capitalize on this opportunity as it unfolds, you have to find those Canadian companies that will tap specifically into the Asian LNG market.

The company in the chart above is doing just that.

It has strategically positioned its assets in the two largest undeveloped natural gas plays in Canada. Combined, the two gas plays hold 310 trillion cubic feet of technically recoverable natural gas.

Not only is this company partnering with some of the biggest gas producers in Canada, but it also has a working relationship with one of the largest stakeholders in the Kitimat LNG project in British Columbia. They recently signed a monster contract to construct an advanced type of rig that will revolutionize gas drilling in Canada.

This your chance to beat Wall Street to the punch…

This stock is trading for under $10 as you read this.

We’re staring at a window of opportunity that’s starting to close as the race heats up to tap into Asia’s lucrative LNG market.

Find out all the details behind this trillion-dollar energy deal right here.

Until next time,

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