Is Chesapeake paying Doug Lawler, its recently appointed chief executive, too much?
This energy company is selling assets in order to buy back its stock. Is that such a good idea?
Exploration and production companies need a lot of cash to tap our shale resources which is opening up a massive opportunities for one small group of oil and gas companies.
Drilling down into capital spending at exploration and production companies reminds investors of its high costs. The question you need to answer is if a company you've invested in is growing too aggressively.
A stock's apparently cheap price doesn't always mean its the best stock to buy. By drilling down deeper into a company's true value you can see that some five-dollar stocks look really expensive while others are downright cheap.
The founder and former CEO of Chesapeake energy is taking another shot at the US energy boom.
As you look deeper at EV Energy's reserves, two areas really stick out. The question you need to answer is if these could lead to more risk that you are willing to take.
A roundup of the day's best performers within the S&P 500 and what their moves mean for investors.
Is this meaningful? Or just another movement?
Capital spending on exploration, development, and acquisition activities among the 50 largest U.S. energy producers reached record heights last year.