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Eagle Ford shale-oil and -gas production is having a "huge impact" on the U.S. energy industry, says Timothy Dove, president and chief operating officer for Pioneer Natural Resources Co.
Stock market analysts are already lining up to weigh in on Apache Corp.'s $1.8-billion purchase of select oil fields in the North Sea. But is the deal a good one for Apache investors?
It's a rollercoaster ride on Wall Street in 2011, and investors are understandably jumpy about the energy side of their portfolios. But one oil company that has quietly produced amazing results on the dividend front deserves some attention.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has already put his stamp of approval on the spinoff, which essentially breaks the oil giant into two companies.
An attractive deal, however, may be 'star opportunity to set the company up for success in 2012.'
Revenues were up, but profits disappointed in BP's recent quarterly results. What is going on with the U.K. super major?
The sixth annual Salute to Industry Interns brought together more than 200 interns from Houston's oil and gas companies to network and learn from professionals and their peers in the industry.
Now that investors have had a few days to digest the news, what’s the financial impact of the Conoco split and what should investors do about it?
That's news, as independent storage providers aren't the first option for energy investors looking for the "dynamic duo" of stock market benefits: growth and value.
Upstream business will be a geographically diverse, pure-play E&P company; the downstream business is poised to be one of the largest in the industry.
Global Hunter report says spending surpassed both 2009 and 2008 levels.
What do the bulls know that the oil and gas industry doesn't? Here's a look at why Southwestern may be primed for a takeover.