America consumed 2.5% more crude in 2018 than in 2017, and you might be surprised where that extra oil wound up.
This beaten-down master limited partnership has big-time upside potential if it can turn things around.
The oil giant has a clearly defined five-year strategy.
Slowing growth in oil demand hurts a supplier to offshore drillers.
The M&A-minded materials maker seems to have caught the eye of a potential suitor.
Phillips 66 and Plains All American Pipelines are greenlighting new oil pipeline projects.
The Canadian midstream company plans to remain independent for now.
The recent moves of midstream energy company MPLX should make it even more attractive to income-seeking investors.
The oil giant makes it clear that it won’t pay a premium to bulk up in the Permian.
Crude prices have now fallen more than 20% from their most recent peak, which is bad news for financially challenged oil stocks.
The midstream company has plenty of fuel to continue growing.
The oil and gas company is nearing the sixth anniversary of its leadership change.
Diamondback Energy is spending billions of dollars to buy its own shares.
The Whistler Pipeline is moving forward with different partners.
Investing in one of these could pay big dividends.
We see a bright future for these renewable energy stocks.
Oil prices -- and a few other issues -- weighed on the shares of oil-field service and equipment companies last month.
May was an ugly month for the country’s leading independent refiners.
Two factors sank the oil and gas company’s stock last month.
TerraForm Power has everything it needs to grow its 5.9% dividend yield.