It’s all about the returns.
Drilling down into two of the largest independent oil companies in America.
The Canadian energy infrastructure company’s merger with Spectra Energy puts it in an elite class.
Recent forecasts suggest supply and demand aren’t behaving as expected.
Pipeline giant Kinder Morgan may be in a better spot today than it was this time last year, but that doesn't mean it's a risk-free investment.
Pipeline giant Kinder Morgan had a rough ending to 2015. What it has been able to accomplish thus far into 2016 is a testament to its incredibly strong operating discipline.
Completing the rest of its construction without any hiccups, expanding beyond its current imprint, and making the company's corporate structure easier to understand will all help Cheniere's stock rise.
Investors were in a buying mood, which sent Natural Resource Partners, Spectra Energy, Chesapeake Energy, Apache, and Calumet Specialty Products Partners up double digits last week.
The focus going forward will be on drilling premium wells.
An improving outlook for production and returns sent shares of Encana, Devon Energy, Oasis Petroleum, Pioneer Natural Resources, and Clayton Williams Energy up fast.