The U.S. recently moved past Saudi Arabia as the world’s top oil exporter.
An abundance of natural gas could push its price down to the lowest level since 1970 next year.
Digging into the largest publicly traded copper companies can set up your portfolio to benefit from the expected growth in the sector.
This long-term trend should give these companies the power to keep paying dividends for decades to come.
At 6.1%, this midstream company’s payout should appeal to yield-seeking investors.
This trio of high-yield stocks is up more than 30% this year.
These companies offer investors solar-powered dividend growth.
The midstream giant will have a lot more financial flexibility next year.
This midstream company has sold off in the past year even though its cash flow continues rising.
Recent high premium deals in the energy midstream sector could spur additional M&A activity.
The natural gas producer’s investors are breathing a sigh of relief.
The energy infrastructure giant is taking advantage of a rival’s financial issues.
The falling price of crude wasn't the only issue weighing on the Permian Basin-focused oil producer last month.
The natural gas company continues to struggle.
The oil market is breathing a sigh of relief.
An investor is pushing back against the oil company’s plan.
The refining sector continues to experience its share of challenges.
ExxonMobil and Chevron both see consolidation ahead for the industry, especially in the Permian Basin.
Digging into the copper mining industry can reveal some potential investment opportunities and better explain what it takes to make money from an ore that is growing in value.
This trio of energy companies has consistently rewarded investors.