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Matthew DiLallo

Matthew DiLallo

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Matthew is a senior energy and materials specialist with The Motley Fool. He graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Biblical Studies and a Masters of Business Administration. You can follow him on Twitter for the latest news and analysis of the energy and materials industries:

Recent articles

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NextEra Energy Continues to Generate Strong Results Powered by Renewable Energy

The world leader in solar and wind production continues to expand at a rapid rate.


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ExxonMobil Proposes $100 Billion U.S. Carbon Capture and Storage Project

The oil giant is seeking a public-private partnership to capture carbon emissions.


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Is Diamondback Energy Stock a Buy?

The oil stock is already up about 60% this year.


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Better Buy: Magellan Midstream Partners vs. Crestwood Equity Partners

These two high-yielding MLPs go head-to-head.


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NextEra Energy Partners Acquires Wind Portfolio From Brookfield Renewable

The renewable energy producers are making a deal that will enhance both of their strategies.

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Are Oil Stocks Undervalued?

Oil stocks have run up big time this year.


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These 3 Value Stocks Are Too Cheap to Pass Up

Lower prices have these stocks trading at attractive bargains right now.


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Brookfield Renewable Sells Its U.K., Ireland Onshore Wind Business

The renewable energy powerhouse continues its capital recycling program.


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Better Buy: Brookfield Infrastructure vs. Kinder Morgan

These two infrastructure companies go head-to-head.


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These High-Yield Stocks Could Keep Paying Dividends for Decades

These companies should continue producing a gusher of cash even as they switch fuel sources.

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Will Net-Zero Oil and Gas Save Fossil Fuels From Extinction?

Oil and gas producers are betting big on reducing the emissions profile of oil and gas production.


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3 Energy Stocks That Could Directly Benefit From the Economy Reopening

A fully open economy could energize these companies.


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My Top Oil Stock to Buy Right Now

This oil stock appears poised to pay a gusher of dividends in the coming years.


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3 Cheap Energy Stocks to Buy Right Now

These energy stocks still trade at lower valuations despite the run-up in prices this year.


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Sempra Energy Sells Infrastructure Stake to KKR for $3.37 Billion

The utility plans to use the cash to help fund the expansion of its U.S. operations.

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Forget the Fourth Stimulus Check, These 3 Energy Dividend Aristocrats Will Pay You for Life

These energy stocks could supply you with passive income for the rest of your life.


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This Oil Stock Doubles Up on a Deal that Could Fuel a Bigger Dividend

The $6.4 billion acquisition enhances its ability to generate a gusher of cash flow in the coming years.


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3 Top Energy Dividend Stocks to Buy in April

These stocks could energize your income stream.


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My Top Energy Stock to Buy in April

This renewable energy stock is on sale.


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Occidental Petroleum in Talks to Sell African Oil Fields for More Than $500 Million

The oil giant appears poised to take another step in reducing debt by selling assets.