Energy Business

Low crude oil prices are supporting short sellers who increased their positions in the two-week reporting period that ended September 30.
Over the past year, NextEra's share price has risen sharply, while Chevron's has dropped by almost a third and Exxon's has tumbled by virtually half. Is there a message in the bottle, and will either...
Some top energy companies have been bludgeoned to the point of near extinction and offer incredible entry points for investors with a long-term horizon. These five stocks are solid ways to play an...
Array Technologies intends to price more than 33 million shares so that the entire initial public offering is valued up to about $815 million.
Three small alt energy stocks have taken a rocket ride Wednesday morning. Here's why.
Shares of energy midstream company Targa Resources jumped nearly 10% early Monday following the company's announcement of a $500 million stock buyback program.
Keystone XL owner TC Energy has offered to buy the shares of TC Pipelines that it does not already own for about $1.48 billion.
Exxon has updated its quarterly earnings considerations. The big question is how exactly Exxon can continue to maintain its massive dividend beyond 2020.
Oil and gas producer Oasis Petroleum filed a prepackaged bankruptcy plan Wednesday morning that the company expects to be accepted by November.
A proposed joint coal mining venture in the Powder River Basin between Arch Resources and Peabody Energy has been stopped by a federal judge in St. Louis.
Credit Suisse sees Darling Ingredients is one of the few energy companies with earnings that are expected to grow handily in the next five years.
Independent oil and gas producer U.S. Energy has acquired the producing assets of bankrupt FieldPoint Energy for $500,000.
Monday's announced merger of Devon Energy and WPX Energy could indicate that these deals could proliferate in the oil patch. Here are five likely candidates.
Devon Energy and WPX Energy have agreed to a merger of equals that will create a company that will retain the Devon name and have an enterprise value of around $12 billion.
While energy remains wildly out of favor, Goldman Sachs is positive on the sector for 2021 and feels that we will see an increase in benchmark pricing next year as the COVID-19 pandemic tapers off...