A frack sand supplier and a water technology leader are attractively valued relative to their growth potential.
News & Analysis: U.S. Silica Holdings
Dropping oil prices and constrained takeaway capacity meant the company would have a tough time selling fracking sand in the fourth quarter, but its results didn't completely collapse.
SLCA earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
We think that these three stocks in the energy sector are great buys now.
Oil and gas producers aren't the only ones reeling from tumbling energy prices. Clean Energy Fuels, Green Plains, and U.S. Silica are struggling too.
Since bottoming on Christmas Eve, crude oil prices have started moving back up. That has investors looking for companies that can profit from higher prices.
It's been a tough few months for oil stocks, but shares of these three companies look especially compelling today.
These three businesses offer above-average growth opportunities for long-term investors.
U.S. Silica is backing up the bona-fides of its business model by guaranteeing its customers on-time deliveries, or U.S. Silica will foot the bill.
Covia Holdings announced third-quarter 2018 results that made Mr. Market think things aren't so bad after all for this corner of the oil and gas industry.