Claire Poole is a senior writer based in Houston covering energy and utilities. In her time at The Deal, Poole has written stories analyzing the how and why of energy deals and speculating on upcoming activity. She has also conducted insightful interviews with leading energy dealmakers and is often the first to reveal groundbreaking energy news. Before joining The Deal in 2000, Poole worked as a reporter and staff writer at Forbes, was editor-in-chief of El Financiero International and Mexico Business and was a contributing editor at Latin Trade. She also contributed articles to Money, Worth, Businessweek and Texas Monthly.
Vivint cites 'willful breach,' leading analysts to think that SunEdison will be dragged into a large lawsuit over the deal and continue to be financially stressed.
A host of companies, led by Chesapeake, would benefit from jettisoning assets that could keep them afloat -- and out of bankruptcy court.
The American Energy Partners executive drives into embankment after being charged for bid rigging.
The $431 million cash deal will give the buyer an edge in distributed power technologies.
Its financial strength leads analysts to wonder if it will buy other companies during the downturn or become a target.
Higher oil prices and, in at least one case, a solid earnings report lifted the fortunes of energy producers on the Real Money index of 20 troubled companies.
Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips, Marathon, Occidental and Hess are five good places to hide if you're an oil and gas investor betting on a rebound.
With oil dipping below $30 per barrel, widespread layoffs and more bankruptcies expected, observers see corporate M&A picking up in the industry this year.
The pipeline giant's drastic dividend cut is likely to prompt peers to follow suit.
CEO Lee Tillman has tinkered with the company since taking over in 2013 but its stock performance has lagged its peers. Will a deal do the trick?
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