Royal Dutch Shell plc Wasn't Kidding About Cutting Costs. But Will It Pay Off?
Though Royal Dutch Shell plc has so far done a solid job of enforcing greater capital discipline, will the company’s new strategy pay off in the long run?
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.
Recent Discovery Should Help Statoil ASA Increase Cash Flow and Dividend
Statoil's success in a recent test well at one of the largest fields ever found on the Norwegian Continental Shelf could be a boon to the company going forward.
These 3 European Oil Companies Yield Over 4%
Dividend-paying stocks provide an excellent way to generate income from a stock portfolio. What better way of generating income is there than holding high-yielding stocks of large, stable companies that produce something that everybody needs every day?
Statoil ASA Makes 2 Moves That Could Benefit Investors
Norwegian oil giant Statoil has been aggressively expanding its operations lately in order to grow outside of Norway. Here are just two ways that the company is doing this.
3 Energy Companies That Can't Wait to Drill in the Arctic
Despite a host of challenges, Statoil, BP, and ConocoPhillips see major opportunities in two regions of the Arctic.
The Bakken's Seemingly Uncontrollable Problem Could Be a Boon for Capstone Turbine
With fears that North Dakota won't be able to control natural gas flaring for years to come, Capstone Turbine & GE could step in and fill the gap
Eni Is Committed to Libya, But Where's the Payoff?
Italian oil giant Eni insists it will remain committed to its development plans in war-torn Libya. But with the oil not flowing and tensions on the rise, how long can it continue investing without a payoff?
Racing to Save This Startling Casualty of the Oil Boom
Hess Corp. and General Electric are trying to save this casualty of the oil boom.