Anadarko Petroleum’s stock has jumped in the past several weeks. Will its stock hit a wall?
The Marcellus and Utica shale has proven to be one of the greatest energy producing areas on earth. This article highlights 3 companies poised to make long-term investors rich over the next several decades.
Anadarko Petroleum’s hedging plan could actually be increasing the company’s risk. Let’s see why.
ConocoPhillips’ dividend is one of the best in the oil patch, and light years ahead of Devon Energy and Anadarko Petroleum.
LINN Energy’s latest portfolio reshuffle shows the company is taking a new approach in its battle against its greatest foe. It’s a foe that both Devon Energy and Apache are better prepared to handle than LINN Energy.
In an era of near-zero interest rates and sometimes frothy stock market valuations, income investors are increasingly turning to oil producers such as ConocoPhillips for reliable dividend growth. This article compares ConocoPhillips to some of its peers to see if the law of large numbers has finally caught up with it or if ConocoPhillips remains the dividend growth king of oil and gas producers.
Over the past five years EOG Resources’ stock is up 245% and investors have one big change to thank for those gains. It’s a change that Chesapeake Energy and Ultra Petroleum are hoping to replicate.
The worst problem for horizontal drillers like Range Resources is the decline rate, however, for SandRidge Energy the problem is beginning to moderate, making it easier for the company to grow.
While the Linn Energy-Devon deal represents the culmination of the restructuring process for Devon, it allows Linn to replace its higher-decline Granite Wash assets with lower-decline natural gas production.
With its midstream exit now complete, Eagle Rock Energy Partners needs to follow LINN Energy and close out its horizontal drilling operations in Oklahoma.