Energy players Oasis Petroleum and Oceaneering International had impressive runs last year with shares of both companies beating the S&P 500 index, but don't give up on the stocks in 2014, says Peter Tuz, portfolio manager for the Chase Mid Cap Growth Fund. In his view, energy prices and valuations work in their favor. Tuz is also a fan of oil-patch helicopter outfit Bristow Group, which he believes has more room to run after a big 2013 and also pays a reasonable dividend.

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