Why Dividend Growth Investors Should Avoid Royal Dutch Shell and Total
Investors turn to big oil companies for steady and consistent earnings and dividend growth. Royal Dutch Shell and Total are oil majors with yields far above the industry average, but those high yields come at a very high price.
LNG Projects Are Progressing, and the Payoffs Should Be Worth the Trouble
ExxonMobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, and Royal Dutch Shell all have expensive LNG mega-projects coming on stream in the near future.
Big Oil Bets on LNG For Emerging Market Growth
Chevron, Anadarko, and Royal Dutch Shell each have huge LNG operations that are ideally suited to supply the emerging markets.
Yet More Problems Hit the World's Largest Oil Project
ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, Total, and Eni are developing the world's largest oil project, but it's becoming a money pit.
What Do the Kashagan Delays Mean for the Oil Industry?
The Kashagan project is likely to be delayed again. Here are 3 implications of the delays.
Shell vs. Chevron: Which Should You Pick for Income and Growth?
Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron are two of the world's largest oil companies, but if you're looking for income and growth which should you go with?
Here's Why Royal Dutch Shell is Walking a Dangerous Tightrope
Shell is selling off billions in assets and sharply cutting spending. But management's desire for growth means the company is attempting a very delicate balancing act.
Suncor Energy Could Make You Rich
Suncor Energy has all the attractive qualities of a long-term buy-and-forget investment.
Which Companies Are Set to Benefit Most From the Global LNG Boom?
Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron, and ConocoPhillips all have LNG projects in the works, but which one will be the most profitable?
How to Invest in Coal Seam Gas
The International Energy Agency predicts that the production of coal seam gas will account for more than 50% of total gas production by 2020; Royal Dutch Shell, Total SA, and Halliburton are three ways to invest in this trend.