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Devon Energy (DVN) has bounced back from the drop in oil and natural gas prices faster than most of its fellow shale drillers.
They are positioning themselves as part of the solution to climate change.
All three major stock indexes finished Thursday's trading day lower, recovering from deeper losses earlier in the day.
Price volatility in the oil markets looks set to continue for some time, but there are still many good opportunities for income-focused investors.
The old days are gone, or at least not coming back anytime soon.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor for TheStreet.com, talks with Brittany Umar about the upcoming quarterly earnings reports coming in this week from U.S. oil majors.
European stock markets fall, as Federal Reserve rate setters prepared to begin a meeting and preliminary figures showed UK economic growth slowed more than expected in the first quarter.
Dan Dicker, Senior Energy Contributor for TheStreet, sits down to talk to Stephanie Link, Co-Portfolio Director of Action Alerts PLUS, about two seemingly unrelated news items.
These firms offer strong dividends, cash flow and trailing 12-month sales.
It's entirely shifted the way we'll look at the European energy picture.
To continue our discussion, here's the outlook for renewable energy and batteries.
North America isn't the world's only LNG source, nor the cheapest.
TOTAL CEO Christophe de Margerie says the company is familiar with the strikes that occur in South Africa but is confident that its years in the region will avoid troubles.
TOTAL CEO Christophe de Margerie says the company chose not to be in Ukraine because the contractual environment was not strong enough.
TOTAL CEO Christophe de Margerie is focused on adding value for shareholders and upholding what's best for the region in which his company does business.
TOTAL S.A. CEO Christophe de Margerie says his firm must see CAPEX increasing, but also be responsible to consumers and shareholders by controlling costs.
Dan Dicker tells Jim Cramer the strongest macro energy trend he sees and where you're likely to find 2014's biggest oil stock winners.
Still, for now there's no need to restructure your energy portfolio
Here's the kicker: When it happens, it will be great for oil.
These large-scale batteries solve many problems, though they are expensive.
The fundamentals are weak and their growth appears unsustainable.
These three international names are all solid buys, according to my 'guru' stock strategies.