Various world class pre-salt assets in offshore Brazil hold several billion barrels of reserves, and only a few producers are positioned to unlock its tremendous value.
The Libra oil field, located in Brazil's Santos Basin, has been estimated to hold between 8 billion and 12 billion barrels of oil.
These three companies are generating a great deal of cash flow from the abundant oil coming from producers operating in Western Canada.
Findings in the Norwegian arctic waters suggest that the northern Norway region could hold tremendous amounts of oil and gas.
The Gulf of Mexico is the second highest crude reserve in the U.S. and three producers are distinguishing themselves.
The recent discoveries of abundant reserves in offshore Cyprus are offering a great opportunity to bounce back from a struggling economy.
The fourth largest Australian LNG project has the potential to become the biggest project in the country.
This play will be a terrific catalyst in the coming years for the involved companies' production growth.
With more than 35.3 Tcf of gas originally-in-place, the Gorgon LNG project looks like an appealing venture.
Let's go behind the scenes of the North West Shelf Venture project to prove its worth and explain the keen interest for the region.
Three major producers are pumping serious amounts of bitumen in the Athabasca region.
These three producers in the Cold Lake area are growing, and it is only the start of the journey.
Small-cap producers are set for a big growth with quality assets in Peace River.
Railway companies to solve the crude surplus that jams oil networks.
Terminal facilities and LNG vessels aren't the only ways to profit from the LNG exports surge.
These three underrated MLPs are set to grow and profit from the next energy bonanza.
U.S. unconventional shale oil is emerging as the next energy boom and MLP companies are the best positioned to profit from it.
A liquefaction project to supply the Pacific Northwest's natural gas needs will compete with Kitimat LNG.
Export terminals are costly facilities and LNG carriers represent an interesting alternative to profit from LNG exports.
Keystone XL's struggle is disseminating potential investors in pipeline companies.