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Oil is trading near multi-year highs, so investors should take notice.
The HollyFrontier purchase of Suncor Energy's Petro-Canada unit should reduce HFC's cyclicality.
Analysts downgrade Exxon Mobil and upgrade Chevron, while Barclays prefers ConocoPhillips and Suncor Energy.
The integrated energy company's decline during the last year won't generate an upside move.
Caterpillar may be going through tough times of late, but the machine maker’s commitment to its employees and the environment make it a smart long term stock to hold.
China managed to eke out a gain, but others were shy to follow.
Only Warren Buffett can invest like Warren Buffett but his plays in oil and gas are worth watching.
The stock has made a nice looking base the past four months and looks good from the long side.
Real Money Contributor Dan Dicker recommends avoiding several Canadian oil stocks following the election of Justin Trudeau as Prime Minister.
Probably not. And stay away from Canadian oil companies.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor for TheStreet, notes with Jim Cramer the recent turn of political pressure and activity against fossil fuels.
The Street's Jim Cramer, Portfolio Manager of Action Alerts PLUS, answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Monday.
Berkshire has built stake in this energy company with impressive growth.
The emergence of driverless vehicles presents investors with several interesting opportunities.
There are keepers, would-be keepers and some I can live without.
Once again, lawmakers infer a false correlation between oil production and prices.
Real Money Contributor Dan Dicker says with U.S. oil stocks soaring and oil prices remaining high, Canadian oil stocks are starting to look like terrific value.
Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver says Canada welcomes SOEs in other areas so long as they pass the net-benefit test and natural security check.
Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver says the United States is currently Canada's only customer for gas exports and the country needs to diversify its markets.
Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver says the European Commission's fuel quality directive disadvantages Canada compared to European refiners, and doesn't reduce greenhouse gasses.
After a brutal months-long decline, this stock appears to be coming back into favor.