The master limited partnership’s focus on long-term stability and visible cash-flow growth seems to be a one-in-kind in the fiercely competitive global LNG market.
Management at the largest US land rig contractor by market share is focusing on the longer term despite short term revenue losses.
While its fellow peers are struggling to stay solvent, these two oil companies are already thriving, which means higher oil prices should make them big winners.
The master limited partnership’s distribution coverage ratio remains intact at 1.3 times as long-term, fee-based contracts prove to be savior in the $30 oil environment.
But a greater-than-expected weakness in the Canadian dollar drags down profits.
The oil-field services giant’s comparatively large exposure to North America and a relatively lower margin business creates significant downside risk on its stock price.
The oil supermajor recovers slightly from its second-quarter humiliation, but 7,000 job cuts anticipated.
The low-cost natural gas producer improves on operational efficiency, but nothing is reflected in the company’s bottom line as the depressing energy market continues to hold sway.
Enterprise Product Partners Gross Profits Increase Marginally Thanks to Stable Ship-or-Pay Contracts
The master limited partnership’s distribution coverage ratio remains intact at 1.3 times as long-term, fee-based contracts prove to be the savior in the wake of low energy prices.
The Norwegian state-owned company battles low oil prices as production increases do little to halt slide in top and bottom lines.
The French integrated oil company also reported higher operating cash flows thanks to efficient operations and cash management.
While the deal may puzzle the market now, Schlumberger made a shrewd move that has significant long-term consequences to the industry that should drive value.
This beaten-down stock could be providing a long-term opportunity for income investors.
The largest independent refiner in the mid-continent region has a clear and well-defined path for growth.
With oil stocks getting punished due to falling crude prices, is Exxon Mobil’s stock presenting a buying opportunity?
If you can identify these fundamentally solid drivers, you can seriously think of putting your money in oilfield-services stocks.
The company delivers strong earnings as $600 million in expansion projects come online.
The company recorded non-cash charges of $2.6 billion as crude oil prices dropped 50% from year-ago levels.
The master limited partnership’s gross profits remained intact though, thanks to its Oiltanking acquisition.
The Houston-based natural gas producer improves on operational efficiency, but nothing is reflected in the company’s bottom line as the depressing natural gas market holds sway.