The future for the offshore drilling rig providers looks very bleak now that shale has arrived on the scene as a much better option for oil and gas producers.
The offshore driller is riding the crude oil wave higher on Friday.
With the oil market starting to turn around, these energy stocks could create a lot of value for investors in the years ahead.
A surge in oil prices and a few newsy tidbits that suggest producers will start to spend on rigs again has the stocks of oil services companies Transocean, Ensco, Noble Corp, Tidewater, Nabors Indistries, and Helmerich & Payne surging today.
Not even $3.5 billion in breakup fees is enough to assuage the market’s unease with this failed merger.
AbbVie, Cummins, Halliburton, SolarCity, and Micron have piqued the interest of these Fools.
Jefferies says the catalysts have been played out.
The Halliburton-Baker Hughes merger is dead, killed by regulators. Here's who came out ahead, and who didn't.
A glance at how Baker Hughes plans to spend its $3.5 billion parting gift from Halliburton, and how things look for both companies going forward.
The offshore driller received a big boost from buying back debt.