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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on November 24th, 2022 | 14:14 CET

Rheinmetall, Saturn Oil + Gas, Amazon - These shares are growing in the face of crises

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Defense
  • ecommerce

Tech groups like Amazon are laying off 10,000 employees to get back on track. Shareholders will be happy, and Amazon's Alexa department employees should quickly sign up with Indeed. The department is posting the biggest losses in 2022. Rheinmetall AG is off to a good start through the crisis. Thanks to the "ring swap" deal, the Düsseldorf-based company is now supplying the Greeks with fresh tanks. In turn, the Greeks give their Soviet-designed tanks to Ukraine's soldiers. Rheinmetall's share price has risen by 127.14% since the beginning of the year. Also among the crisis winners is Saturn Oil & Gas. With its numerous active oil drilling projects, investors have a broadly diversified portfolio at their disposal.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 1st, 2022 | 12:26 CET

Halloween of energy prices: Shell, BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Nel ASA - Is this the peak yet?

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Hydrogen

It sounds ambitious! To completely transform Europe in terms of energy supply, the European Union would need to invest a good EUR 300 billion in alternative energy sources, infrastructure and raw material supply contracts by 2030. By 2021, Germany alone was importing 45% of its fossil fuel energy from Russia, its valued partner until then. After the invasion of Ukraine, this business partner will likely be taken off the list. But this also means that the very favorable sources for Central Europe will no longer be accessible. So prices for electricity, heating and mobility will remain high. Which stocks can benefit from this scenario?

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on October 27th, 2022 | 10:14 CEST

Buffett loves oil stocks: BP, Shell, Saturn Oil + Gas, K+S

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas

Warren Buffett loves oil stocks. This year, he has invested billions in the industry. Chevron and Occidental Petroleum are among Berkshire Hathaway's seven largest holdings, and together they are even number two in the portfolio after Apple. Buffett likes business models with high cash flows and stable demand. And oil stocks offer both. This also fits with the statement by Goldmann Sachs that despite the high investments in renewable energies, the share of fossil energy has remained stable above 80% in the last 10 years. If you want to do it like investor legend Buffett, you should look at oil stocks such as BP, Shell or the almost ridiculously cheaply valued Canadian newcomer Saturn Oil & Gas. However, the German K+S is also hooked on oil, and the share is trending friendly.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on October 21st, 2022 | 10:01 CEST

RWE, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell - Accompany the energy turnaround with these shares

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Energy

Temperatures are dropping in Central and Northern Europe, but investor sentiment remains heated in the ongoing debate on the energy transition. Those who want to invest in sustainable companies would do well to take a close look at which fossil and renewable energies are currently being used and are enabling companies to generate growth and profits. RWE is betting on solar in the US, Saturn Oil & Gas from Canada is ensuring an increase in fossil energies for global economic supply, and Shell is going on a buying spree for natural gas. Read the background here.

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Commented by Nico Popp on October 10th, 2022 | 11:32 CEST

Where stable percentages beckon: Shell, Saturn Oil + Gas, Deutsche Bank

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • renewableenergies

Time in the market beats timing in the market. There is a lot of truth in this stock market adage. Anyone who started saving for an ETF ten years ago outshone self-proclaimed stock pickers for a long time - and without any stress or transaction costs. But right now, ETFs are no longer the way to go. Instead of relying on the "watering can" principle, investors should act in a targeted manner. We present three stocks that, at first glance, combine security and opportunity and do a reality check. What can Shell, Saturn Oil & Gas and Deutsche Bank do?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on September 21st, 2022 | 10:28 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell - Oil stocks benefit from the colder season

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Investments

There was a lot of news relevant to the oil price in September. Earlier in the month, Gazprom announced it would no longer send gas through Nord Stream 1 due to an oil leak. Shortly thereafter, the G7 countries decided on a price cap for Russian oil to take effect in December. OPEC announced on September 5 that it would cut production. The reason given was fear of an economic slowdown. The EU also decided on various measures to cope with the energy shortage, including a solidarity contribution by companies for fossil fuels to support socially vulnerable households. Even though the oil price has softened somewhat recently due to recession fears, the seasonalities show that the price will likely pick up again in December. Winter is creating additional demand for oil.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 12th, 2022 | 13:25 CEST

Fuel price explosion: 200% jump in profits for stocks - BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell, BYD

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas

Energy consumption in Europe is currently declining slightly, partly due to the new savings mentality, especially in Germany, but also to a weighty extent due to a slowdown in economic momentum. In their latest estimates, the German research institutes have also made clear reductions; expectations for 2022 are now only just in the black, and a recession could be on the cards next year. That would not be surprising, as the consumer has to bear inflation rates of an official 7-10%, which cannot be compensated for on the revenue side. The obvious winners so far are the big oil multinationals because they do not have to do anything but sell the oil they produce at a high price. Where are the opportunities for investors?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 25th, 2022 | 13:26 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell - Oil shares in focus after the French election

  • Oil
  • Gas

The EU wants to tighten Russia sanctions further. Oil and coal imports are to be stopped. According to Annalena Baerbock, it should be ready by the end of the year. But will it stay that way? At the moment, it has not yet been possible to bring an immediate import stop, also in order not to endanger the election in France. The duel between Macron and Le Pen is too close, and the challenger could use further price explosions in the energy sector to her advantage. JPMorgan sees the oil price at USD 185 if the EU immediately stops its imports. Once the election is over, the full import ban could come. France's Finance Minister LeMaire recently said that an EU ban on Russian oil is underway. We look at three beneficiaries of rising oil prices.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 20th, 2022 | 12:57 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Deutsche Rohstoff - Continued clear dependence

  • Oil
  • Gas

We can spin it any way we want and make further ambitious plans for a faster transition from fossil fuels to renewables. Still, currently, the global economy is dependent on oil and natural gas. And this is likely to remain the case in the near future, as seen from the significant rises in Brent and WTI crude oil. The primary beneficiaries of this trend - JPMorgan declared a supercycle for oil as early as June 2020 - are undoubtedly the producers of the black gold.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 10th, 2022 | 12:04 CET

Defense Metals, Gazprom, ThyssenKrupp - Winners and losers

  • Defense
  • RareEarths
  • Military
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Steel

A brave Ukrainian woman hunts down a Russian drone - with a well-aimed throw through a jar of pickled tomatoes. For defense, every means is justified. But there is also a more strategic way to invest in companies that supply raw materials for military technology - and without conflict for investors with a sense of justice. The German economy, on the other hand, could be in for a real shock if Gazprom makes good on its threats and shuts down Nord Stream 1 as a result of the sanctions. Germany is one of the biggest buyers of Russian gas. ThyssenKrupp is also benefiting from the current situation. It becomes quite clear what the Group is really gaining from right now.

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