These three stats show the dramatic change in the country’s gas resources, which has transformed the country in many ways.
Carbo Ceramics, Enbridge Energy Partners, and Cheniere Energy all made double-digit moves this week on the heels of updated outlooks.
Working through this integration smoothly, solving the puzzle of allocating capital to all its subsidiaries, and maintaining financial discipline should be at the top Enbridge's to-do list this year.
The Canadian pipeline giant is more than just this one pipeline.
The oil company completed several strategic initiatives that shored up its financial position, but it still has more work to do to start growing again at current oil prices.
After roaring back in 2016, natural gas prices could have even more upside in 2017 thanks to an emerging demand driver.
Global oil and gas companies made the fewest new discoveries last year in the past 70 years after having gutted exploration budgets and coming up dry on several promising prospects.
So much of Spectra Energy's future is contingent on its merger plans with Enbridge, which has yet to be completed.
The large independent oil and gas producer’s stock surged in 2016 thanks to rising oil prices and a compelling acquisition. While it will be hard to match its performance, the company sees ample growth on the horizon.
A trio of stocks starts 2017 by making their shareholders incrementally richer.