Sure, Ensco's revenue slid again, but this looks like it is a temporary thing as the company gears up for 2019 with new contracts and a merger.
The big oil company delivered another quarter of outstanding performance and announced that its recent shale acquisition will be financed on more attractive terms.
Weatherford International finally showed some progress in cutting costs, but it still has a long way to go.
Phillips 66 blew past analysts' third-quarter forecasts thanks to strong profits from its crude oil refining business.
Total's third-quarter earnings were further proof that this oil giant is on the right track.
Precision Drilling thinks that North American shale drilling will continue to be in growth mode for years, and it's making an audacious acquisition to prove it.
Even though Valero Energy continued to post solid earnings results, Wall Street has soured on the company's outlook.
Even though Patterson-UTI Energy provides two must-have services for North America's shale revolution, it keeps on posting losses.
With oil prices more than double what they were two years ago, you would think companies would be champing at the bit to start new development projects. That isn't the case at Equinor, though.
The buyout clauses in place for CVR Refining's shares mean that investors are at the mercy of the parent company.
Higher revenue from economic growth and taking market share in the less-than-truckload shipping business led to another earnings beat.
Management has bought back more than $2.3 billion in stock in 2018 thus far.
Sure, PulteGroup's most recent results showed signs that the housing slowdown won't be that bad, but they weren't great, either.
With the U.S. oil industry hitting a lull from too few pipelines, this short-term issue could be a great time to buy U.S. Silica's stock.
U.S. Silica Holdings reported weaker than expected earnings, and it took the entire industry with it.
Kansas City Southern's most recent quarter didn't live up to management standards, but it was by no means a bad quarter.
Halliburton's management has said that we should expect a temporary slowdown for the rest of the year, but Wall Street is pricing the oil services company as though this slowdown in drilling will last much longer.
Even though Schlumberger's earnings continue to show signs of improvement, its stock just keeps sliding.
The iron ore producer's third-quarter results might have received some more attention were it not for Lourenco Goncalves' conference call comments.
Management's comments about WD-40's long-term goals for revenue could change how investors view this stock.