These dominant businesses are paying large -- and growing -- dividends to their investors.
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After spending five years refocusing its portfolio, Apache Corporation is ready for whatever the future holds.
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Oil company executives weigh in on why we haven’t seen a wave of mergers in the sector, which usually follows a plunge in the price of crude.
The company delivers strong earnings as $600 million in expansion projects come online.
The oil price crash has forced oil companies to find creative ways to raise cash.
While many are wary of U.S. shale producers at present, there is still great value to be found longer-term with companies that are executing prudent strategies.
The energy sector is beaten down, which has led to a number of companies with penny stock prices.
If Warren Buffett were to go looking for some exposure to natural gas, these three companies might be pretty strong candidates.