After years of debt-fueled growth, oil companies will spend the next few years delevering.
The bottom for oil, the end of upstream master limited partnerships, and a megamerger.
Only if oil prices rebound sharply.
Oil prices and credit concerns outweighed two very positive news items.
Oil prices and credit concerns outweighed the positives last month
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After a tough 2015, Chesapeake Energy could rebound sharply in 2016. But, it would take a miracle for the company to rally past its all-time high.
Oasis Petroleum, Whiting Petroleum, EP Energy, Parker Drilling, and Carrizo Oil & Gas all slumped this week.
All it needs is a little help from oil and gas prices, while making a bit of headway on its debt.
Oil prices might be down, but that hasn’t kept drillers away from the STACK play.