The oil equipment giant’s CEO provided investors with a glimpse at what it sees coming down the pipe.
These two North American energy infrastructure giants go head-to-head.
The natural gas pipeline company has accomplished a lot in just over a year.
The overarching theme is that the oil company can excel at current oil prices.
Hint: It depends on how bullish you are on copper.
What goes up must come down -- sharply -- when the crude oil market starts looking oversupplied.
The difference could be costing you an extra $400 per year.
The pipeline and processing company is growing increasingly optimistic about the future.
While the shipping industry has started to turn around, one of these stocks hasn’t followed it higher...yet.
Recent investments position one of the world’s largest hydro-power companies to deliver significant earnings growth over the next year.
The shale driller unveiled its 2020 vision.
Returning cash to shareholders is one of ConocoPhillips’ top priorities.
Oil had its biggest one-day dollar basis gain in nearly a year, which, along with strong third-quarter reports, sent these oil stocks soaring.
The global infrastructure giant expects these three things to become a larger portion of its portfolio over the next decade.
The Canadian oil and gas company reported third-quarter results and updated investors on what lies ahead.
Asset sales and a tough comparable quarter make it seem like the Canadian pipeline giant is slowing down, but that's definitely not the case.
The diversified oil and gas service company surprised investors this quarter.
The container leasing company is very optimistic about what it sees up ahead.
Analysts hailed the top public uranium miner's decision to cut output as the “biggest catalyst since Fukushima.”
The energy holding company expects earnings to rise in fiscal 2018.