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Halliburton Company's second-quarter conference call offers investors key insights into the company’s future.
The oil-field service giant’s margins are holding up much better than in previous downturns.
Depite being the most challenging frontier in oil production, deep-sea drilling is forecast to overtake its onshore counterpart. In the long run, these 3 companies are best positioned to take advantage of the drilling boom.
If you're willing to look beyond the current bear market in the energy space, oilfield-services stocks seem to be presenting a solid long-term investment opportunity.
Investors looking to understand what's going on behind the scenes in the oil and gas market should keep an eye on these stocks.
The oil price crash has forced oil companies to find creative ways to raise cash.
Find out 3 reasons three stocks in particular are likely to be excellent market beaters, especially as the industry recovers from the oil crash.
If you have an interest in Halliburton or Royal Dutch Shell, you probably should be doing your homework.
Not all oil stocks are slam dunk investments right now, but one stands out as a buy among others you should avoid.