Cabot Oil & Gas is using natural gas via an innovative, cost-effective technology to power its hydraulic fracturing operations in the Marcellus.
Chevron's relationships in Ecuador, Argentina, and Brazil, while still imperfect, are looking far more positive than they did just a year ago.
Before running to your broker following the announcement of a new CEO, here are a couple things to watch at Chesapeake.
While there will be many winners from increased natural gas exports, these five stocks will likely be the biggest winners.
We're well aware that a major risk to investing in an oil and gas company is the volatility of commodity prices. That risk, however, can be compound by a hidden risk that can really ruin your investment.
With two liquefied natural gas projects approved, questions still remain about the approval process. Both the nat-gas industry and the U.S. Senate hope to tackle some of these questions today.
Can Chesapeake’s newly appointed CEO, Doug Lawler, help the company turn things around?
While many companies are panicking to sell off assets, Enerplus can hold back if it wants to.
Doug Lawler will trade a lower-level position at larger Anadarko for the top job at Chesapeake.
The numbers are out and the Utica has a lot of gas.