Although many investors in natural gas have been hoping to see prices start to rise, low prices have persisted as a result of continuing supply surpluses and a warmer-than-expected winter. That means that being a low-cost producer is absolutely imperative to making a profit in natural gas production today.
In this video, Motley Fool energy analyst Joel South talks about a few companies that have been able to drive costs down in an attempt to operate in the black during these difficult times for natural gas producers.
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