Atlanta, GA (PressExposure) March 25, 2009 -- Energy Pipeline News, a daily and fortnightly newsletter covering energy pipelines in the U.S. and abroad, is introducing expanded coverage of pipeline stocks, with emphasis on high-yield master limited partnerships (MLPs) and mutual funds that specialize in investing in MLPs.
To introduce potential subscribers to its expanded coverage of these high-yield instruments, Energy Pipeline News has posted a free six-part series of articles about them at its blog at http://energypipelinenews.blogspot.com.
âThe precipitous decline in stock prices brought on by the global recession has created significant bargains in energy pipeline stocks,â says Energy Pipeline News editor Noel Griese. âThe pipeline MLPs traditionally yield dividends of around five to eight percent per year, but many are paying much higher yields at the moment. Take Atlas Pipeline Partners LP, a natural gas pipeline LP. APL closed on the New York Stock Exchange on March 20 at $3.30 a unit, and was paying an annual dividend of $1.52. Thatâs an annual yield of 46 percent.â
Energy Pipeline News is a daily and fortnightly (twice monthly) newsletter about oil, natural gas and petroleum products pipelines in the U.S. and abroad. It is published by Anvil Publishers, Inc., of Atlanta, Ga., in the USA.
About Noel Griese: Noel Griese is the editor of Energy Pipeline News, a daily subscription newsletter at [http://www.energypipelinenews.com], and of the Southern Review of Books, a monthly newsletter at http://anvilpub.net/southern_review_of_books.htm. This site provides abbreviated coverage of one of his newsletters and opportunity for feedback. Griese is the author of 17 books and numerous articles on various subjects. He has been a newspaper reporter and editor and has taught English and journalism at the Universities of Wisconsin and Georgia. Elected to both the Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies, he holds three degrees in English and journalism.