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An independent energy company that explores for, develops and produces natural gas, crude oil and natural gas liquids.
Following the successful activist JANA Partners into Apache. JANA is trying to convince the company to sell off its foreign holdings and completely focus its efforts on E&P in North America.
Div. (Yield) $1.00 (1.0%)
Apaches‘ stock has been holding its ground lately, but its future looks bright. It seems to be refocusing on core assets and getting things in order, which includes selling some noncore assets. The stock remains undervalued with a good deal of upside potential over the long haul.
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shux...if you're not engaged in nrg plays....you're a pacifist......
everybody needs oil china and india will pay big bucks impending war in middle east will send prices through the roof!!!
If Apache's potential reserve estimates are true, you are paying roughly $3 per barrel of recoverable oil equivalent. That is a great deal, and this stock comes with a low PE.
Permian Basin player -2nd largest
undervalued E&P independent oil giant compared to peers, strong focused on american oil boom.
With a semi-partnership with Sinopec and exploring spirit, what is not to like about this company except strain relations with China and the likelihood oil price will drop below $90. Enjoy the honeymoon.
It owns or leases oil exploration fields in the Gulf of Mexico, shale oil rights in North Dakota and west Texas and recently pulled a rabbit out of its hat with its holdings in Egypt. I have watched this company for better than 33 years and it has never disappointed .
Underappreciated range of oil/gas assets from which they are generating far superior production growth than their large cap peers. Issues in Egypt, where they have some production, have clouded investor judgement when actually the company is continuing to move forward well. Increasingly aware of shareholder value requirements via sale of peripheral assets.
The increased use of horizontal drilling for the production of Oil and Natural gas liquids will be money makers even if oil prices decline and they will make a lot if prices increase, Increases likely due to the never ending problem in the Middle East. Play the right companies right here in U.S. and cash in.
I am long APA I have a price target around 100. They are around their 52 week low and this is a LNG play
One of the largest E&P companies out there, massive market undervaluation.
Solid reserves, good mgmt, undervalued now
Still need oil though.
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