Rising oil prices fueled robust returns for oil investors in 2016.
Few would have predicted that these would be the top-performing large-cap energy stocks this year.
Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge has a bold plan to grow its dividend.
While many analysts forecast crude oil price stability, there are a host of potential catalysts that could lead to another year of volatility.
The company’s affiliate finally commissioned its first LNG cargo earlier this year.
Kinder Morgan isn’t the dividend dynamo it once was, which is why investors should look to these stocks for dividend growth instead.
While shale grabs the headlines, Apache’s legacy assets stood out this year.
The driller scoops up some acreage in Oklahoma.
A lot could go right or wrong for oil stock investors in 2017.
OPEC has had enough with low oil prices, which puts these shale producers in the position to thrive.