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When an issue this big comes to market, institutions and fund managers make room in their portfolio ahead of the IPO. This means oil names will be a source of shorts in any portfolio.
Chevron and Exxon Mobil appear more attractive than this stock right now, and the oil sector as a whole should be watched for at least the next couple days.
This weekend's attack on Saudi refineries adds one more variable to bolster prices.
Where are shares of the liquefied natural gas exporter headed?
Anadarko is surging as its planned, $33 billion acquisition by Chevron recognizes its underlying value.
Royal Dutch Shell and Total boast solid balance sheets, high free-cash-flow generation, top-quartile production growth and attractive valuations.
At times of indiscriminate selling, it pays to be cerebral.
Big oil companies are moving with growing urgency to develop clean energy sources.
Quatar Petroleum is expected to make a final investment decision on a liquified natural gas facility near Sabine Pass, Texas.
It has become increasingly clear that Europe will need to import from multiple sources.
Natural gas related companies offer much better plays for alternatvie-fuel minded investors.
With crude oil still in an uptrend and the Dollar Index rolling over to the downside you should be positive on TOT.
Energy secretary's mission to Moscow highlights threats to burgeoning U.S. exports of liquified natural gas.
A new trade route for Russia's liquified natural gas is opening up north of the Arctic Circle.
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With little likely to change at this week's OPEC meeting, there's still a way to play oil in the days and weeks ahead.
Nation's sovereign wealth fund isn't dumping its oil and gas holdings.
Some French companies will get a temporary windfall, but others will need to pay more tax.
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Oil companies have been spending too much to produce too little.
Four of the five companies are in the energy sector, signaling willingness to fight disruption.
These three gigantic stocks are teetering on the edge of breakout territory.