Kodiak Oil & Gas is a major player in the Bakken shale play, but can it stay on top of rivals Statoil and Continental Resources?
Norway wants make its investments a tad greener, and Statoil investors need to be aware of the potential impacts.
If BP wants to put the Macondo spill further in its rear-view mirror, it will need to succeed in this region where Statoil and Total have struggled recently.
Year-to-date, several European markets have almost caught up to or even surpassed the S&P 500, including France, Germany, Switzerland, and even Spain.
Should you still be buying Texas-based oil companies, or consider one based in Norway instead? It depends on how aggressive you are, and the aggressive play may surprise you.
Those state owned giants of the oil industry are becoming more and more part of the global network everyday.
Statoil is raising capital by selling off some interests in its offshore Norwegian fields and by getting out of expensive development west of the Shetland Islands.
To protect yourself from the carbon bubble, you can get out or get involved.
Just the facts, Fool.
Some energy companies are carrying a huge risk right on their balance sheets, and most investors overlook it.