Stunning production growth along with outstanding reserve growth has many investors excited about the future of this Bakken producer. However, the outlook here isn't completely rosy. Let's drill down a little deeper and see what investors need to watch.
While some companies are selling off positions in the Mississippian Lime, others are selling everything and concentrating all their operations on the play. How do we interpret these mixed messages? Does it mean the Mississippian is a dud or could this still become the next big energy play?
This is the natural gas stock you want in your portfolio.
Investors begin to worry when an energy company's production is weighted toward natural gas and weighed down by a heavy debt load. Some investors see an opportunity to profit as this weight pushes a company's shares down. Instead, I think that as the burden lifts this company's shares will rise higher.
A change in leadership is on the horizon at SandRidge.
A roundup of the day's best performers within the S&P 500 and what their moves mean for investors.
Of its remaining oil and gas assets, which one will Chesapeake Energy part with next?
Assessing the important metrics of the recent Chesapeake-Sinopec joint venture agreement.
Growth at both of these companies has turned them into my top two holdings. While I like each company for different reasons, I still believe both have bright futures.
Japan imported nearly one-third of the world's natural gas in 2012. Later this month and 1,300 meters under the Pacific Ocean, the island nation will conduct a field test in its quest to develop new energy technology that could power the country for 100 years. Think it sounds crazy? It is, but so was shale gas a little over a decade ago.