Oil and Natural Gas News
The company reports earnings of $1.41 a share, 55 cents more than a consensus of analysts had expected.
The company beat EPS estimates by 10 cents, while also crushing some analysts' income expectations for its upstream, downstream and chemicals units.
Exxon may be put to task this week over the outright denial of its waiver to drill in Russia, while Chevron could be questioned on its reported oil sands' sale.
TheStreet reported earlier this month that the Haynesville Shale-focused operator was expected by sources to file for an IPO shortly.
Investors seem to be struggling with where to place their bets as U.S. producers kick back into gear, but analysts have mapped out a few to keep an eye on.
Dan Dicker on Oil
Neither candidate has made natural gas a cornerstone of a new and necessary energy policy.
This is where the money will be made over the next several years.
For us here in the U.S., the likely dissent in the upcoming OPEC meetings will be a good thing.
Thinking of entering the energy sector? These drilling companies represent a great place to start.
Just in case you're clinging to old investing concepts, be particularly aware of these dramatic recent shifts.
As oil and gas prices went through the roof, where did the money go?
Sure, crude oil prices have taken a tumble recently, but hopes for a continued decline are overrated.
Prices for crude oil for delivery in 2015 point to a disturbing truth.
Saudi Arabia is doing everything it can to cool overheated crude oil prices. But its efforts are unlikely to derail a market that is trending strongly higher.
Dan Dicker urges readers to call their representatives in Congress to push for the passage of a natural gas bill that is up for a vote today.