The decision between these two companies is increasingly a question about the future of energy, but there's a bit more to it.
News & Analysis: ConocoPhillips
Crude prices have entered a new bull market, which sets up low-cost oil producers to generate a gusher of cash flow this year.
More oil companies are giving their investors big-time raises.
Companies in the region have clearly shifted from growing at all costs to generating free cash flow.
When oil prices fall, these two energy giants take the hit in stride. If you like oil, one or both of them should be on your wishlist.
The oil producer’s formula has produced market-beating returns over the last two years.
COP earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
The U.S. oil giant reported a gusher of profits even though oil prices plunged.
The oil giant expects to unveil its results on Thursday morning.
Oil companies are pumping the brakes on their growth plans after crude’s recent tumble.