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The M&A market is heating up in the oil and gas industry, as evidenced by Noble Energy Inc.'s $3.9 billion purchase of Rosetta Resources Inc.
Callon Petroleum, Concho Resources and Jones Energy are rolling up assets and could be picked off themselves as M&A activity reignites in the oil sector.
KLR says it measures risk operationally, specifically what a company spends vs. what it produces, and the financially, including how much debt it has compared with EBITDA.
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Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jill Malandrino of Option Alerts about which companies would win or lose presuming the domestic crude oil export ban ends.
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A growing number of oil and gas explorers and producers are considering selling or spinning off their infrastructure facilities to live another day after the dramatic slide in oil prices.
Oasis Petroleum (OAS) stock is down as oil prices fall.
The oil and gas industry has been light on mergers and acquisitions so far in 2015, but in one area, M&A is booming: pipeline, processing and storage assets.
There are plenty of companies worth investing in within the energy and utilities sectors.
Many investors believe the sharp decline in oil means there will be widespread bankruptcies in the energy sector. Here's why they're wrong, and how to make money from their mistake.
And it's not the commodity prices themselves that drive my belief.
These 3 stocks should react quickly to stabilization in crude oil prices.
In the latest look at stocks ordered by largest market capitalization, Russell 3000 component Diamondback Energy, Inc. was identified as having a larger market cap than the smaller end of the S&P 500, for example Denbury Resources, Inc.
The Texas-based oil producer benefits from having low-cost assets that break even when crude oil is as low as $45 a barrel.
The trading panel discussed how much lower oil can go, merger opportunities and Apple.
Concho Resources, not a bargain in terms of enterprise value to EBITDA ratio, could still post 30% production growth in 2015 as it moves ahead on its ambitious three-year plan.
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