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Natural Gas Services Group Inc

Natural Gas Services Group Inc (NGS)

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About Natural Gas Services Group Inc

Natural Gas Services Group Inc is an oil and gas equipment and services company. Its operations focus on the manufacturing, rental, and sale of natural gas compression equipment. Its operating units include Gas Compressor Rental, Engineered Equipment Sales, Service, and Maintenance. The company gene... Natural Gas Services Group Inc is an oil and gas equipment and services company. Its operations focus on the manufacturing, rental, and sale of natural gas compression equipment. Its operating units include Gas Compressor Rental, Engineered Equipment Sales, Service, and Maintenance. The company generates the majority of its revenue by renting out low- to medium-horsepower compression equipment to natural gas production companies in unconventional oil and gas regions of the United States. Show more

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Natural Gas Services Group Inc is listed in the Oil & Gas Field Services sector of the New York Stock Exchange with ticker NGS. The last closing price for Natural Gas Services was $18.46. Over the last year, Natural Gas Services shares have traded in a share price range of $ 9.55 to $ 25.24.

Natural Gas Services currently has 12,437,292 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Natural Gas Services is $229.59 million. Natural Gas Services has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 48.36.

NGS Latest News

Natural Gas Services Group Announces Expansion of Credit Facility

Midland, Texas, June 10, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. (“NGS” or the “Company”), a premier provider of natural gas compression equipment to the energy industry...

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jlak jlak 3 years ago
Hegde funds totally control NGS"s stock price. Needs to stop!
jlak jlak 3 years ago
NGS is a perfect candidate for a crazy run high. 93% owned by institutions, 5.6% owned by insiders. Leaving only 265,000 shares or so left, most of which traded the past week. Time for its run up. It runs strong on low volume.
whytestocks whytestocks 4 years ago
News: $NGS Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2020 Financial and Operating Results

Midland,TX, Aug. 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MIDLAND, Texas August 18, 2020 - Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. (“NGS” or the “Company”) (NYSE:NGS), a leading provider of natural gas compression equipment and services to the energy industry, today announced fin...

Got this from NGS - Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2020 Financial and Operating Results
Mygolfballs Mygolfballs 4 years ago
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
Natural Gas Services (NGS -4.5%) is downgraded to Neutral from Buy with a $23 price target, down from $26, at Global Hunter, which sees the U.S. oil rig count appearing to have hit bottom and a recovery in activity on the horizon in late 2015 or early 2016.
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
Natural Gas Services (NYSE:NGS): Q1 EPS of $0.29 beats by $0.03.

Revenue of $24.74M (+10.8% Y/Y) beats by $0.56M.
Lowjack Lowjack 10 years ago
Taking profits!
grapeman grapeman 13 years ago
With what is going on in Japan and recent US energy policy changes why is this thing not climbing?
frenchee frenchee 16 years ago
Looks like next target is upper Bollinger Band in the daily charts in iBox.
frenchee frenchee 17 years ago
MIDLAND, Texas, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. (Amex: NGS), a leading provider of gas compression equipment and services to the natural gas industry, announces that on December 6, 2007 it closed the previously announced acquisition of a fabrication facility located in Midland, TX. The building contains approximately 48,500 square feet of fabrication and warehouse space plus 3,200 square feet of office space and is located on approximately 9.30 acres of land. The total purchase price of the property was $1.875 million, which was financed with available cash.

Stephen Taylor, Chairman, President and CEO of Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. said, "This facility will more than double our fabrication space for rental compression equipment and enables us to take advantage of further opportunities to grow our rental fleet at a faster rate. We will maintain our present build schedule while transitioning to the new facility and plan to be fully functional there by the end of January 2008."

frenchee frenchee 17 years ago
What's your current take on NGS up-down?
frenchee frenchee 17 years ago
MarketGrader currently has a SELL rating on NGAS RESOURCES INC (NGAS), based on a final overall grade of 27.6 scored by the company's fundamental analysis. NGAS RESOURCES INC scores at the 20th percentile among all 5442 U.S. listed equities currently followed by MarketGrader. Our present rating dates to October 19, 2006, when it was downgraded from a HOLD. Relative to the Oil & Gas Exploration & Production sub-industry, which is comprised of 150 companies, NGAS RESOURCES INC's grade of 27.6 ranks 123rd. The industry grade leader is ST MARY LAND & EXPLOR CO (SM) with an overall grade of 81.7. The stock has performed poorly in the last six months in relative terms, down 4.45% compared with the Oil & Gas Exploration & Production sub-industry, up 4.48% and the S&P 500 Index, up 7.58%.
Golden Cross Golden Cross 18 years ago
Natural Gas Services Group Names Robert Ingle and A.J. Posey to Lead Its Sales and Operational Teams
Wednesday November 8, 9:25 am ET

MIDLAND, Texas, Nov. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. (Amex: NGS - News), a leading provider of gas compression equipment and services to the natural gas industry, announces Robert B. Ingle has been promoted to the position of Sales and Marketing Manager and A.J. Posey has been promoted to the position of Operations Coordinator for the Company.

Mr. Ingle, 36, joined NGS in 1999 and has performed various sales, sales management and engineering assignments. He most recently concentrated on the Barnett Shale market development and will be responsible for the sales and market development of NGS's existing and new geographic areas. Mr. Ingle holds a degree from Texas Tech University.

Mr. Posey, 33, joined NGS in 1999 and has advanced through various fabrication and field service positions. He most recently managed the Midland Service Area for the Company and will be responsible for the direction of NGS' field service organization.

"Rob and A.J. have repeatedly demonstrated their ability to grow and profitably manage various functions within the Company. They have the knowledge and ability to hit the ground running and their promotions are well deserved. I look forward to working closely with them as we continue to grow the company and service our customers to our usual high standards," said Steve Taylor, President and CEO.

About Natural Gas Services Group, Inc. (NGS)

NGS is a leading provider of small to medium horsepower, wellhead compression equipment to the natural gas industry with a primary focus on the non-conventional gas industry, i.e., coalbed methane, gas shales and tight gas. The Company manufactures, fabricates, rents and maintains natural gas compressors that enhance the production of natural gas wells. The Company also designs and sells custom fabricated natural gas compressors to particular customer specifications and sells flare systems for gas plant and production facilities. NGS is headquartered in Midland, Texas with manufacturing facilities located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Lewiston, Michigan and Midland, Texas and service facilities located in major gas producing basins in the U.S.

For More Information, Contact: Jim Drewitz, Investor Relations

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up-down up-down 18 years ago
Natural gas producers warn of costly future
Warm winter helped reserves, but hot summer, hurricanes could undo them

Updated: 3:15 p.m. ET May 18, 2006

WASHINGTON - With the price of natural gas at its lowest level in more than a year, the industry that supplies this mostly domestic fuel has a message to consumers: don’t get used to it.

Following a warm winter that sapped home-heating demand, U.S. natural-gas inventories have bulged to record springtime levels, and that has caused prices to plummet roughly 60 percent since their mid-December high. Many analysts anticipate a further swelling of inventories in the months ahead and say prices are susceptible to another 20 percent decline.

To the extent local utilities can buy and store cheaper fuel, “those are savings that go to the consumers,” said Chris McGill of the American Gas Association, whose members deliver natural gas to some 56 million U.S. homes.

But the Natural Gas Supply Association, which represents companies that produce the fuel, warns there is no guarantee that the nation’s supply cushion will look so comfortable by the end of summer — let alone next winter, when consumption typically peaks.

If it is an unusually hot summer, association president Skip Horvath argues, homeowners will crank up their air conditioners, which suck up lots of gas-fired electricity. If there is a repeat of last summer’s ferocious Gulf of Mexico hurricane season, significant volumes of offshore natural-gas production could be lost. And a colder-than-normal autumn could rapidly deplete inventories before winter.

Traders on the New York Mercantile Exchange seem equally nervous about these possibilities.

The price of natural gas to be purchased in February is almost $11 per 1,000 cubic feet — or more than 80 percent above the price of fuel deliverable in June.

If the market was as worried about the future supply-demand balance for oil, February crude futures would be trading at around $125 a barrel right now instead of $73. (With June oil futures trading in the upper-end of their 52-week range, the implication is that oil traders are more jittery about the near-term.)

The main reason for the plunge in front-month natural gas futures since December has been weekly Energy Department data showing steady increases in the volume of gas stored in underground facilities across the lower 48 states. On Thursday, the agency’s latest report showed inventories rising to more than 2 trillion cubic feet, or 53 percent above the five-year average for this time of year. That sent Nymex natural gas futures sliding 18.9 cents to $5.94 per 1,000 cubic feet. The last time natural gas futures settled below $6 was Feb. 18, 2005.

Judging by the rate at which natural-gas is currently being injected into storage, analysts say there could be more than 3.5 trillion cubic feet of inventory before the start of the next home-heating season, or 6 percent more than last year’s record.

It is possible, said Dan Lippe, a Houston-based energy consultant at Petral Worldwide, that by fall the country’s storage capacity may not be sufficient to hold all the available supply, forcing some producers to cap wells.

“You’ll have gas producers chasing customers around,” Lippe said. “That would be very bearish for gas prices.”

Mounting concerns about limited storage capacity later this year — and the potential for huge profits if the wide gap between June and January futures holds — could accelerate the pace of inventory stockpiling this summer, said Antoine Halff, director of global energy at Fimat USA.

Ron Denhardt, vice president at Strategic Energy and Economic Research Inc. in Winchester, Mass., said natural gas prices could fall to $5 if it is a mild summer and no significant output is lost due to hurricanes.

While consumers thinking about locking in a fixed cost for natural gas may see some slightly better offers than were available earlier this year, most of the terms set prices above $10 per 1,000 cubic feet, and in some cases above $14 per 1,000 cubic feet.

Horvath said natural-gas inventories may be high right now by historical standards, but the fact is that demand naturally tapers off in spring.

“You don’t want to look at a couple of weeks in the shoulder period and read too much into it,” Horvath said.

Devon Energy Corp. CEO Larry Nichols agreed. Nichols said today’s natural-gas surplus is “a short-term phenomenon” that is masking a more significant longer-term trend, namely that North American natural-gas producers for several years have been struggling to keep up with demand. And despite a multiyear surge in drilling activity, there is no expectation that the industry will add significant supplies anytime soon.

In a nutshell, Nichols and other executives complain that they lack access to the most promising onshore and offshore natural gas fields, and that wells being drilled in areas they have access to are being depleted at increasingly rapid rates, making it difficult just to keep output flat from year to year.

Many large industrial consumers of natural gas also believe today’s inventory surplus and price levels are likely to be temporary. They have aligned themselves with Devon and other energy producers in lobbying Congress to open up to drilling Gulf of Mexico acreage that is now currently off-limits.

“The industry’s hands have been tied when it comes to getting access to what’s off our shores,” said Jim Frias, corporate controller for Nucor Corp., a Charlotte, N.C.-based steel producer that uses natural gas to melt scrap metals.

Data maintained by petroleum services provider Baker Hughes Inc. show 1,367 natural gas rigs operating onshore and offshore in the United States, or 209 more than a year ago. At the same time, domestic output in February, the most recent month for which data are available, was 3 percent below year-ago-levels, according to the Energy Department.

Nichols notes that without the impact of last year’s hurricanes, U.S. natural gas production “is probably growing modestly,” though not enough to alleviate longer-term tightness in the market. “The futures market reinforces that,” he said.

But Lippe said natural-gas traders are allowing emotion to cloud their judgment.

“The futures market is betting that this hurricane season is going to be a duplicate of last year,” he said. “We have hurricanes and tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico every year, but we do not have devastating damage to production facilities and subsea pipelines every year.”

While forecasters expect another busy Atlantic hurricane season this year, Colorado State University researcher William Gray, who has been predicting hurricane activity for 22 years, said last month “it is statistically unlikely that the coming 2006-2007 hurricane seasons, or the seasons that follow, will have the number of major hurricane U.S. landfall events as we have seen in 2004-2005.”

His team predicts an 81 percent probability that at least one major hurricane will make landfall along the U.S. coastline, and a 47 percent probability a major hurricane will hit the Gulf Coast between the Florida Panhandle and Brownsville, Texas — a region dense with natural-gas platforms and pipelines.

up-down up-down 18 years ago
NGS has bottomed imo

and will be a stellar investment this summer!

2 month...

14 month...

With the acc/dist bottomed out there should be little overhead as the pps moves up.

This company is VERY profitable and way oversold trading below their 50 and 200 day moving averages1

50-Day Moving Average3: 16.87
200-Day Moving Average3: 19.07

Shares Outstanding: 11.95M
Float: 11.05M
% Held by Insiders: 16.01%
% Held by Institutions4: 35.80%
Shares Short (as of 10-May-06)3: 1.48M
Short Ratio (as of 10-May-06)3: 8.1
Short % of Float (as of 10-May-06)3: 14.90%
Shares Short (prior month)3: 1.28M
Total Cash (mrq): 42.38M
Total Debt (mrq): 22.13M
Revenue (ttm): 51.85M
Revenue Per Share (ttm): 6.248
Qtrly Revenue Growth (yoy): 23.00%
Gross Profit (ttm): 17.97M
EBITDA (ttm): 14.69M
Net Income Avl to Common (ttm): 5.24M
Diluted EPS (ttm): 0.58
Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy): 88.90%
Market Cap (intraday): 185.15M
Enterprise Value (31-May-06)3: 162.52M
Trailing P/E (ttm, intraday): 26.59
Forward P/E (fye 31-Dec-07) 1: 22.14

SHORTS will be the fuel for this summer's run!

Institutional investors are loading up on cheap shares...

EVERYONE in the industry needs natgas compressors! Flaring is out - compressing is in!

yahoo msg bard...


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