One-time charges took a bite out of the multinational utility company's bottom line, but management still sees a brighter future ahead.
Sempra Energy's management has shied away from its more diverse background and is concentrating on its more lucrative opportunities.
The company's size helped push its fiscal fourth quarter higher, and management could be setting it up to consolidate the market.
LGI Homes; third-quarter result had all the makings of a housing slowdown, but management thinks it can still meet its previously increased full-year guidance.
Diamond Offshore posted a revenue gain for the first time in years, but it may not continue.
Pembina Pipeline has a great business that is well suited to fund a new wave of growth opportunities in a red-hot shale basin.
Buckeye Partners' 40% distribution cut sounds large, but it could be just a starting point for the floundering MLP.
With a pending merger with its parent company, Spectra didn't want to announce anything new or groundbreaking.
More sales than originally intended put the company in a better financial position faster than expected.
It's becoming abundantly clear that PBF Energy will have to do something with its subsidiary PBF Logistics.
Noble Corporation's earnings have shown some modest improvement lately, but the market still doesn't like what it sees.
Instead of being a victim of low Canadian oil prices, Suncor Energy takes full advantage of the situation with its integrated business model.
Wabash National raised a red flag about its third-quarter results, and investors took it as a sign to sell. But most of its current problems aren't all that troubling.
MPLX LP's parent company just acquired another midstream partnership, and that could force a merger down the road.
Even though Marathon Petroleum slightly missed earnings this past quarter, it's still a great business poised to succeed once it completes its major acquisition.
The company's earnings report shows that shale is becoming increasingly important to the company's future.
Instead of blowing away investors with production growth, the Big Oil giant increases its profits by utilizing the entire oil and gas value chain.
Shares of Hi-Crush Partners have been hammered since announcing a corporate change and an earnings beat.
Being able to generate more than $14 billion in cash over one quarter is a nice problem to have.
Magellan's management is capitalizing on all the cash coming in the door and the investment opportunities in oil and gas transportation.