Matthew DiLallo

Matthew DiLallo


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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3 Top Renewable Energy Stocks to Buy Right Now

This trio of renewable energy companies offer investors a compelling blend of growth and yield.

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3 Top Oil Stocks to Buy Right Now

These oil stocks look attractive, considering what seems to be ahead for the oil market.

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Is This 20%-Yielding Energy Stock Too Good to Be True?

While the market thinks Crestwood Equity Partners will cut its high-yielding dividend, the energy company's responses suggest otherwise.

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Why EOG Resources Stock Tumbled Nearly 40% in the First Half of 2020

The oil stock felt the brunt of lower oil prices.

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Why Enbridge Stock Tumbled by More Than 23% in the First Half of 2020

The oil market meltdown -- and some legal troubles -- weighed on the Canadian energy infrastructure giant.

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Why Kinder Morgan Stock Slumped 28% in the First Half of 2020

Turmoil in the oil market forced the pipeline company to rethink its plans.

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Is Energy Transfer's 18%-Yielding Dividend in Trouble Now that Dakota Access Must Shut Down?

Recent legal battles might put the pipeline company's big-time dividend on shaky ground.

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Why Marathon Oil Stock Plunged Nearly 55% in the First Half of 2020

It has been a rough year so far for oil producers.

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Why ONEOK Stock Plummeted 56% in the First Half of 2020

Several worries weighed on the pipeline company this year.

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Why Halliburton's Stock Rallied 10% in June

The oilfield service company followed oil prices higher last month.

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Why Pipeline Stocks Are Tumbling Today

Dual shocks are weighing on the pipeline sector.

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Dominion Energy's Transformational Deal Makes It a Much Safer Retirement Stock

Dominion Energy is taking several steps to reduce risk.

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Why Transocean's Stock Surged 37% in June

The offshore driller enjoyed a bounce-back month.

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Why Units of Energy Transfer Tumbled Nearly 13% in June

Financial troubles among oil and gas producers generally -- and those of one large customer in particular -- weighed on the pipeline giant.

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Why Occidental Petroleum Stock Rocketed 41% in June

The beleaguered oil company enjoyed a bounce-back month.

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Berkshire Hathaway Is Buying Dominion Energy's Gas Transmission Business for $9.7 Billion

The deal will make Warren Buffett's company one of the country's largest gas transporters.

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3 Energy Dividends Most at Risk in July

With yields in the double digits, the market doesn't believe these dividends are sustainable for much longer.

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Why Continental Resources Stock Rebounded 32% in June

The oil company is bouncing back from a brutal start to the year.

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ConocoPhillips Plans to Restart Production in Alaska in July

The oil giant is slowing restarting its oil pumps as prices improve.

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Occidental Petroleum Pays a High Price for Some Breathing Room on Its Debt

The financially challenged oil company sold $2 billion in high-yield bonds to help refinance some of its near-term debt maturities.