EOG Resources is a rare species in the energy sector, with management that can effectively self-impose strict debt guidelines, while increasing reserve and production growth. The company recently increased liquids growth guidance for the second time in 2012, while also increasing its oil hedging strategy by 200%, at $100 per barrel. With proven management, and a number of oil heavy plays in its portfolio, EOG is positioned nicely to rake in outsized profits during oil peaks, and easily withstand downturns in the market. Check out the video below for more information.
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