When it comes to North America’s natural gas stock boom, the keyword for investors is “pressure.” There’s pressure pumping which allows the shale rocks to “fracked” in the first place. Then there’s the high pressure needed to compress that abundant natural gas down into CNG and liquefied natural gas for export and end-use.
Those are the two most common and well-known examples in the energy world.
Yet, what many investors don’t realize is that high pressure plays a big part along the entire natural gas value chain. And the demand for that pressure is only growing as we continue to tap our plentiful shale resources.
Perhaps more importantly, the natural gas stocks providing all of those compression services are some of the biggest dividend yields in the energy patch.
We’re going to look at three stocks with big dividend yields playing on this trend, but first, let’s explore why these nat gas stocks are booming with income potential.