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A record number of drilling rigs at work doesn't mean a wave of new supply is about to hit the market.
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Energy stocks have been discovered, but opportunities still await patient investors.
Service companies should report a good quarter, but their outlook is more important.
The fund is closing to new investors again because of slim pickings and fat values.
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Instead, a seasonal pullback could offer a good investment opportunity.
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With robust drilling forecasts, Canadian drillers may be worth a look.
From Alaska to Capitol Hill, it seems like everyone's staking out concerns.
The buyer currently owns about 20% of the target company.
Despite a cloudy first-quarter outlook, the cycle for energy names may be turning.
At least one optimist thinks natural gas has more upside.
In theory, the stocks that held through the pressure could lead on the upside.
Want to get on? You may be waiting at the station for a while.
Conventional wisdom says inflation's no threat, which is a good reason to take it seriously.
It paves the way for legislation that would be friendly to oil and gas companies.
This movement is annoying, but it should end soon. Meanwhile, five long picks to consider.
See what the sector's pros think are the best plays for the months ahead.
Our pundits talk about lofty prices vs. nearly full supply levels.
While the sector sags in the near term, recent news suggests a turn in the cycle.
As the OSX rallies, energy investors are hoping for some help from the economy.
Investors weren't bothered when the oil exploration firm announced a huge earnings mistake.
Find out what the pros have to say about the natural gas market.
New columnist Henry Scholder interviews the CEO of Nabors Industries about the future of the energy sector.
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