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More top-performing CAPS members are bullish on Delta Petroleum
Like many other energy companies, Colorado-based Delta Petroleum has been forced to deal with lower commodity prices and has been working to adjust to the current environment. The company has cut costs, worked with its creditors to stave off certain actions, and joined others like Valero Energy
Despite the enormous dilution from the recent offering, many CAPS members think that a leadership change and some fresh influence on the board will also help. Kirk Kerkorian, who also has a major stake in MGM Mirage
Many CAPS members also have faith in the long-term outlook for natural gas and see a growing potential for its energy use. Delta Petroleum has undeveloped acreage positions in the Columbia River Basin and also the Haynesville shale in Texas, an area inhabited by the likes of Petrohawk Energy
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