As Europe Braces for Winter, U.S. Natural Gas Power Stock Lends a Hand

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As Europe Braces for Winter, U.S. Natural Gas Power Stock Lends a Hand

By: Matt Clark, Research Analyst

Power stations need natural gas to provide electricity to homes and businesses.

With winter approaching, the demand for this resource will soar.

But Europe is facing a mounting energy crisis that U.S. companies can help avoid.

In today's episode of The Stock Power Podcast, I share a 96-rated energy Power Stock with a strong portfolio of natural gas properties in the U.S.

Check out how this stock is set to heat up the market.

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