Ukraine: The Real Energy Crisis Starts in June
By next week we could see the disruption of gas supplies to Europe, Russia's largest and most profitable market.
Test Your Knowledge of Oil and Gas Companies Here
Royal Dutch Shell, ExxonMobil, Suncor, and British Petroleum all pay dividends, but which one pays the lowest amount? And which major basin does Chesapeake Energy not have an operation?
Can Sanchez Energy Really Succeed Where Royal Dutch Shell plc Has Failed?
Given Sanchez Energy’s tremendous success in the Eagle Ford, it just may be able to deliver where Royal Dutch Shell plc has failed.
Big Oil May Want to Reconsider Working in Russia if America Implements This New Sanction
Sanctions on oil and gas technology exports to Russia might make ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell reconsider their positions in the Motherland.
Why Did This Eagle Ford Producer Double Down on Gas?
Sanchez Energy just doubled its acreage in a big deal with Shell. While the assets were bought on the cheap, the majority of new reserves will be either dry gas or natural gas liquids. This article explains why the Sanchez deal makes sense.
How Big Oil Companies Are Undermining U.S. Sanctions Against Russia
Despite growing diplomatic pressures against Russia, big Western oil majors like Shell, Exxon, BP, and Total are doubling down on their Russian investments.
If Russia Situation Worsens, These Energy Stocks Could Surge
Why U.S. refiners stand to benefit from the growing geopolitical risk in Russia that could boost Brent crude oil prices.
ExxonMobil Corporation's Arctic Opportunity
The Arctic is the one of the last remaining hydrocarbon-rich areas in the world that has not yet been exploited in order to feed the world's growing hunger for fossil fuels. However, that is now beginning to change, and companies like ExxonMobil are leading the charge.
Can Chesapeake Energy Corporation Reach Its 2014 Goals?
What does Chesapeake's first quarter performance mean for investors in the company now?