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Randall, Dewey: Low Gas Prices Are Buying Opportunity For End-Users Too

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Nissa Darbonne
September 8, 2011

Extraordinarily low natural gas prices are an opportunity for not only E&P buyers betting on higher forward prices, but for other entities to capture returns from the high-Btu hydrocarbon's low price compared with oil, says Ken Dewey, 1989 co-founder of oil and gas asset-transaction advisory firm Randall & Dewey that is now part of investment-banking firm Jefferies & Co. Inc.

"From where I sit, the depressed natural gas price is an opportunity for, perhaps, different kinds of entities to become involved," Dewey said at Oil and Gas Investor and A&D ...

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