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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3 Dividend Stocks Perfect for Retirees

These dividend stocks pay durable dividends.


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This Energy Stock Still Has No Plans of Cutting Its 13.7%-Yielding Dividend

ONEOK believes it has taken enough steps to maintain its big-time payout during the current oil market downturn.


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1 Great Dividend Growth Stock to Buy This August

This renewable energy producer expects to deliver high-powered dividend growth over the next several years.


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This 12%-Yielding Dividend Stock's Amazing Growth Streak Continues

Despite all the turbulence in the oil market, Delek Logistic Partners just gave its investors another raise.


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Brutal Market Conditions Torpedoed This Refining Stock's Second-Quarter Earnings

COVID-19 cratered demand for refined petroleum products, sending this refiner deep into the red.

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This Leading Renewable Energy Producer Is Already Looking Beyond Wind and Solar

NextEra Energy is excited about this emerging technology.


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This Energy Stock Continues to Believe It Has Enough Gas to Maintain Its 10%-Yielding Dividend

While the metrics are getting tighter, there's some light at the end of the tunnel.


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Noble Corporation Files for Bankruptcy

The oil industry's bankruptcy wave continues.


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Why Brookfield Renewable Is Surging Today

The renewable-energy giant completed two important strategic moves.


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The Numbers Are In: This 5.2%-Yielding Energy Stock Is on Rock-Solid Ground

TC Energy's second-quarter results show the resilience of its business model.

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Why Exxon Mobil Stock Is Slumping Today

Low oil prices continue to impact the oil giant.


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ConocoPhillips' Earnings Tumble Along With Oil Prices

The oil giant's massive cash position helped cushion the blow.


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This Oil Stock Has Big-Time Upside if Oil Keeps Rebounding in the Second Half

Hess' moves during the market turbulence in the second quarter position it to capture improving prices later this year.


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TerraForm Power Shareholders Approve Merger With Brookfield Renewable

The combination will create one of the largest renewable energy producers in the world.


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Enbridge's Earnings Prove to be Completely Immune to the Market Turbulence

The Canadian energy infrastructure giant remains on track to achieve its full-year forecast.

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Denbury Resources to File for Bankruptcy

The oil producer and its creditors have agreed to a pre-packaged plan.


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Enterprise Products Partners' Earnings Remained Resilient Against COVID-19

The midstream company delivered solid results amid the market storm in the second quarter.


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3 Top Oil Stocks to Buy in August

We think these oil stocks have what it takes to create value for investors in this turbulent market.


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Better Buy: Magellan Midstream Partners vs. Kinder Morgan

These two high-yielding energy companies go head-to-head.


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Crashing Crude Oil Prices Cause ONEOK's Earnings to Crater

The pipeline company now expects its full-year results to be at the low end of its updated guidance.