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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This Top-Tier Energy Stock Just Revved Up Its Growth Projections

The fast-growing clean energy company is boosting its near-term outlook and extending it by one year.


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Why NextEra Energy's Stock Is Rallying Today

The utility's recent announcements were music to investors' ears.


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OPEC Cuts Its 2020 and 2021 Oil Demand Forecast Due to COVID-19

The pandemic continues to impact oil consumption.


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BP's Forecasts Peak Oil Demand

The oil giant's latest energy outlook predicts an end to rising oil consumption.


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A Sputtering Growth Engine Could Ignite an M&A Boom in This Sector

After another deep downturn took away its growth prospects, leaving consolidation as the only path forward.

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These 3 Oil Stocks Won't Survive Another Crash in Crude Prices

These oil companies are already fighting to survive.


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The 2 Safest Oil Dividends Right Now

These oil stocks are doing something special with their dividends to make them more sustainable.


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3 Energy Stocks That Could Go Bankrupt in 2020

The list of bankrupt energy companies will likely keep growing.


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3 Stocks That Turned $1,000 Into More Than $125,000

These surprising stocks turned a small initial investment into a massive payday.


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Why Turquoise Hill Resources' Stock Is Tanking Today

The mining company and its controlling shareholder have agreed on a funding plan.

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This 10.3%-Yielding Energy Stock Is Taking a Step Back to Make Its Dividend Even Safer

Enterprise Products Partners is canceling an oil pipeline project, which will give it more financial flexibility in the future.


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Energy Transfer Expects to Start Up an Expanded Dakota Access Pipeline by Late Next Year

Assuming the courts don't shut it down, Energy Transfer is on track to double the controversial pipeline's capacity.


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2 Recent Stock Splits That Investors Won't Want to Miss

Unlike most stock splits, these created something new and valuable.


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Why Oil Stocks Are Getting Clobbered Today

Weak demand is weighing on oil stocks today.


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3 Stocks I Want to Buy If the Market Sell-Off Intensifies

This Fool is checking his list twice, in case stocks get cheaper.

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My Top Renewable Energy Stock to Buy Right Now

The best keeps getting better.


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Love Dividend Stocks? 3 Great Buys Right Now

These three stocks could energize a dividend investor's portfolio.


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This Renewable Energy Juggernaut Wants to Supercharge America's Battery Storage Capacity

NextEra Energy's investments have it on track to double the country's battery storage capacity.


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Are ExxonMobil's Best Days in the Rearview Mirror?

The beleaguered oil giant has seen better days.


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3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy Right Now

These high-quality dividends look attractive these days.