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Even though the company's financials look sluggish, its leadership says that things are going as planned and investors can expect better results for the rest of the fiscal year.
The oil and gas midstream company looks like it's having some C-suite issues.
Even though the company has struggled to generate free cash flow for some time, management plans to spend more in 2019.
It's a step in the right direction, but it may not make this oil and gas stock a buy.
The pipeline company reported better-than-expected results and assured investors that it's working on plenty of growth opportunities.
The Canadian midstream giant's earnings results were respectable, but the news of an explosion on its Texas Eastern natural gas line leaves some unanswered questions.
The offshore driller is finding no respite in this long offshore drilling drought.
Enterprise continued its quarterly tradition of posting record results and increased capital spending projections for the year.
The overall market for less-than-truckload shipments is showing signs of cracking, but Old Dominion Freight was able to squeeze out another record quarter.
The company secured more than $4.5 billion in work from the most recent project at Saudi Aramco.
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The oil services company is looking to bulk up by combining forces with Keane Group.
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