Energy CEOs are reaping huge salaries that are driven by decisions that are detrimental to the long-term health of the company.
These three graphics help to explain the current situation at the LNG exporter, and what direction it could take in the future.
Immunity, oil prices, epic short squeeze, asset sale chatter, and another potential debt swap sends the stock surging.
Investors should always consider the quality of a company's leader before buying its stock.
The ruling out of a Texas bankruptcy hearing could upend the dividends at these high yielders.
Getting better than originally projected results from its operational costs and its non-fixed contract sales as well as seizing a potential opening in market share could really get Cheniere Energy's stock headed in the right direction.
With the bankruptcy risk very real, investors are better off looking elsewhere right now.
Better natural gas prices drove this key energy ETF and natural gas producers Chesapeake Energy, Range Resources, Antero Resources, and Rice Energy up this week.
A cash flow gusher awaits, even if oil prices remain low.
The former EOG chairman and CEO has come out of retirement to run a new oil and gas company, the sole purpose of which is to acquire oil and gas assets in the current buyer's market.