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NASDAQ Energy winners: MMLP, PAA, SIBN, NXGN, BOLT

The following are the main developments in the oil and gas sector during the recent trading sessions. Keep an eye on these stocks as momentum is strong.

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Viking Energy Group, Inc. (OTCMKTS: VKIN) In speculative terms, VKIN is a company to watch out for in the fast-growing ESG space. VKIN’s patented ESG Clean Energy System generates clean electricity by capturing and reusing carbon dioxide emissions from internal combustion engines. The technology is useful for recycling, nitrogen removal, microgrids, data centers, and crypto mining operations. to name a few. NYSE firm Camber Energy believes in VKIN and is one of the company’s largest investors. Do your due diligence now with this promising ESG star in the making.

Martin Midstream Partners LP (NASDAQ: MMLP) The stock has seen buying interest in the past few months, up over 7% last month and leads the top spot in the oil and gas sector. In addition, the share has gained 14% so far this year. On Thursday, MMLP stock rose 3.77% to $ 3.03, with more than 123,000 shares changing hands, above their average volume of 116,000 shares.

Plains All American Pipeline LP (NASDAQ: PAA) is another energy sector stock that has risen steadily. The stock is up 19% over the past month. However, the stock is up 15% so far this year. The stock trades over 32% from its 52-week low and 13% from its 52-week high.

SI-BONE Inc. (NASDAQ: SIBN) The stock trended lower in Thursday’s trading session. SIBN stock rose 2.57% to $ 22.38, with more than 226,000 shares changing hands, below the average volume of 361,000 shares. The stock trades over 21% from its 52-week low and 40% from its 52-week high.

NextGen Healthcare Inc. (NASDAQ: NXGN) is another energy sector stock that has risen steadily. The stock rose 1.85% on Thursday to $ 18.69 on above average volume. Additionally, the stock is up 30% in the most recent quarter. The stock trades over 37% from its 52-week low and 21% from its 52-week high.

Bolt Biotherapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ: BOLT) is another energy sector stock that has seen a steady decline. The stock has fallen 10% in the past few months. In addition, the stock has plummeted 23% so far this year. The stock trades over 6% from its 52-week low and 91% from its 52-week high.

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