SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – January 28, 2016) – There are still winners in the energy space, but you have to move quickly. In advance of the rebalance U.S. Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes is expecting toward the end of 2016, he and analyst Samuel Pelaez point to the sectors taking advantage of opportunities, including refiners, midstream MLPs, low-cost producers, airlines and chemical companies. In this interview with The Energy Report, they name their favorites and outline the fundamentals that will make 2016 look a lot different than the year that just ended.
Included in this interview is: BNK Petroleum Inc. (
The Energy Report:
How are the majors shifting their focus to take advantage of global opportunities? What role do they play in a diversified energy portfolio?
Samuel Pelaez: By definition, the integrated majors are the best way to ride a storm. They’ve traditionally been the defensive names in the space, and they continue to be so. If you look at last year’s performance, they massively outperformed the energy sector. That’s even before you factor in the dividends, which are obviously much more sustainable. The role they play is critical, and it changes over time. But at this juncture, when we’re expecting even lower equity returns, dividends and share repurchases become a big and important part of…
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