After years of focusing on liquids, Chesapeake Energy Corporation is looking to drill for more natural gas.
Exelon stock is up for 2014, but the nuclear company still has natural gas, wind, and clean coal enemies ahead.
Are Cheniere and other companies operating in the liquefied natural gas market worth considering as investments?
Climbing earnings and a bold new strategic vision could drive new interest in the energy producer's stock.
EOG Resources in 2013 increased oil production by 40% and has boosted its dividend by 33%. It expects more growth in 2014.
Having secured two long-term contracts to supply natural gas from its Tamar and Leviathan gas fields offshore Israel, Noble Energy can breath a little easier.
Devon’s successful transition toward liquids-focused growth should drive even stronger returns and cash flow in the years ahead.
Devon’s recent sale of some of its Canadian oil and gas assets showcases the company’s exceptional dealmaking skills.
The oil and natural gas provider will use proceeds from the sale to pay down debt from its recently announced Eagle Ford acquisition. Canadian Natural Resources is the buyer.
Despite a disappointing fourth quarter, Apache is very well positioned to capitalize on high-margin, liquids-rich opportunities in the United States.