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The Motley Fool: A different dividend
Published in 1-1-2015
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The idea can appeal to the company's management, though, as it gets to reward shareholders without sacrificing any cash. By 1917, another key predecessor company had a presence in Manhattan and was importing essential oils. A 1958 merger gave me my current name and made me a major supplier in the flavor and fragrance industry. [...] there's a lot of growth potential in Enerplus, even with oil prices at multiyear lows. Enerplus has employed hedging techniques to shield some of its production, locking in higher-than-prevailing prices. Whether it's selling at the wellhead, in Cushing, Okla., or shipping by rail to Louisiana to take advantage of the Brent-West Texas Intermediate spread, Enerplus has a number of options available to get the best possible price for its assets.