The strength in this position is mainly based on the increase in demand for oil storage amidst the oil crises. However, apart from the general surge in demand towards the oil storage sector, NYSE:NAT possesses multiple indications of growth, heath, and undervaluation. To start, NYSE:NAT does not have long term contracts for their fleet assignments that charge for storage capacity compared to their counterpart NYSE:DHT and thus can take advantage of the current opportunity and price higher for the increasingly scarce resource for oil storage. Subsequently, in previous years NAT paid minimal dividends due to their low earnings, but are projected to have dividends of $0.14 cents a share in May. This is a 10%+ return in itself and attractive even without the oil boost. Subsequently, their quick ratio is high, NYSE:NAT has much lower debt compared to DHT, and price to earnings ratio much lower than their relative peers. Given the nature of current economic conditions and their low debt, NYSE:NAT also has substantial untapped growth opportunities in the near future.