The U.S. Energy Information Administration says that American oil companies are getting closer to balancing capital investment and operating cash flows. This is great news for energy investors, but it doesn't mean every oil company is worth investing in.
Plunging drilling costs in the Permian Basin and the SCOOP play of Oklahoma put the leading independent exploration & production company in a position to thrive.
Alliance Resource Partners will have to withstand some fierce headwinds in the energy markets if it wants to keep paying dividends over the long term.
Shares of Seadrill ltd. BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust, and Western Refining are some of the worst-performing energy stocks of the past year, but that doesn't mean all three are bargain stocks,
There are better options in the pipeline-operator space, no matter how you slice it.
June was a good month for Alliance Holdings GP, which hints at the leverage in this partnership.
Two catalysts helped the oil giant to overcome a pretty tough start to 2016 -- one that was out of its hands, and one that's based on all the things it's doing right.
The driller’s debt level went in the wrong direction last quarter.
Capital expenditures budgets are starting to change direction.
The independent oil company has made it clear that cash flow will govern capital expenditures in 2016.