Oversupply may be here to stay.
Will an end to the supply glut save the day?
The future remains cloudy for these two yieldcos.
An activist hedge fund is helping Agrium keep shareholders happy for years to come.
Analysts are split on Transocean's latest report. What should you make of it?
If you're looking for a diversified oil producer with the capital focus of ExxonMobil, Imperial Oil is for you.
During the recent downturn, investors have found renewed appreciation for Exxon's chemicals business.
A perpetual promise of higher prices meets the reality of oversupply and tepid demand.
In five years, free cash flow has grown by nearly 500%. Management still has plenty of room left to boost shareholder value.
Big spending cuts underpin management's goal of being cash flow-neutral this year.
A strong hedging program may keep Baytex alive this year, but 2017 may see a major restructuring.
Management is still confident, but the future rate of dividend increases will likely disappoint compared to historical results.
Even if the dividend ends up being maintained, investors must ask themselves if it's creating shareholder value.
The odds are increasing that a tie-up won't happen. That's bad news for both companies' shareholders.
Dividend cuts were a must for offshore drilling companies, but will they be enough?
The dividend looks safe as long as shareholders are willing to trade the high yield for increased debt.
Oil sands production sold for less than $10 a barrel last month. Faced with high costs, these projects may not survive if oil prices remain low.
A complete restructuring may be Chesapeake's only option.
You can buy cheaply into one of Seth Klarman's best ideas, but only if you're as patient as he is.
Potash prices are facing some serious long-term headwinds. That doesn't bode well for PotashCorp's lofty 6% dividend.