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The U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management held its first offshore lease sale on Wednesday and received bids valued at $137 million on 508,096 acres.
RBC remains very positive on some top domestic and international energy stocks, many of which posted very strong second-quarter results. These five all offer solid upside and total return potential...
These are the kind of large cap market leaders that make good sense in long-term growth and income portfolios. They all pay at least a 4% dividend.
Many brokerage firms and economists said that a Trump victory would be awful for stocks, with an immediate correction. 24/7 Wall St. has identified several immediate losers.
24/7 Wall St. has searched its research database for international integrated oil companies that may be the winners in a race to supply an oil-thirsty China.
RBC also thinks oil bottoms late this year and starts a gradual move toward the $60 level in 2017. The best way for investors to play energy remains the large cap, dividend-paying integrateds.
Total announced Friday that it has exercised its preemption right to acquire all of the 75% interests it jointly owned with Chesapeake Energy in the Barnett Shale area in north Texas.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday morning include Apollo Global, ADM, Celgene, Total, Whole Foods and Targa Resources.
With major production cuts and rig counts well below two years ago, now may be a good time to nibble at some of the top oil stocks that have been hammered over the past month.
The spot price of oil has recently pulled back, and for investors who have been waiting to add to positions or initiate some energy sector holdings, now may be a very good time to nibble on some of...
Two of the world's supermajor oil firms are in a nascent bidding war for a liquefied natural gas producer with leases for millions of acres in a natural gas field in Papua New Guinea.
One thing the Brexit vote did was to knock down four top European dividend stocks that many of the firms we cover on Wall Street are very positive on.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that as the Chinese economy swings away from an export dependent model to a more services and consumer oriented one that demand for energy will increase.
While investors in foreign companies may pay foreign taxes, these stocks make good sense for total return investors now.
Halliburton aimed to pay $35 billion for Baker Hughes in a deal that was expected to close by the end of 2015, but it is still trapped in a regulatory embrace that may strangle it.