|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||80.16 - 80.66|
|52-week range||76.05 - 93.22|
|PE ratio (TTM)||28.93|
|Earnings date||29 Jan 2018 - 2 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.08 (3.70%)|
|1y target est||83.76|
Much has been said about the potential of Argentina’s shale, and at last it appears that the South American country is ready to exploit its huge resources
Williams Partners' (WPZ) Gateway Expansion project will provide customers with cost-effective clean energy, significantly reducing the emission of carbon dioxide.
Boring is good if you don't like watching your portfolio, and these two dividend-paying energy names are perfectly boring.
MELBOURNE/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Takeover interest in Australia's Santos (STO.AX), a company that not long ago was drowning in debt, shines a spotlight on a burgeoning hotspot for oil and gas producers: Papua New Guinea. The South Pacific nation, one of the world's least explored countries but known for corruption and violence, has become a key source of growth for two of the world's biggest energy companies - ExxonMobil Corp (XOM.N) and Total SA (TOTF.PA) - looking to expand their liquefied natural gas (LNG) businesses. With oil (LCOc1) and gas (LNG-AS) prices recovering this year and LNG demand especially in China skyrocketing, investors are scouring the globe for juicy investments, and Papua New Guinea has landed on their radar.
Shares of Exxon Mobil Corp. fell 1.0% in morning trade Thursday, putting them on course for a fifth-straight loss to an 8-week low, after RBC Capital cut its stock price target on concerns over the potential ...
Shares of Exxon Mobil (XOM) are lower today, following a note of caution from RBC Capital Markets. RBC Capital Markets' Biraj Borkhataria and Thomas Klein reiterated a Sector Perform rating on the stock, but lowered their price target by $5, to $85, writing that while investors may be tempted by its dividend--the shares now yield about 3.8%--that's not the whole story. From the note: Exxon's dividend yield versus the market screens as attractive relative to history, however this ignores a core part of the historical investment case - share buybacks.
Norway's trillion-dollar sovereign wealth fund is proposing to drop oil and gas companies from its benchmark index.
Brazil oil giant Petrobras (PBR) reported disappointing third-quarter earnings on a steeper tax bill and lower sales volumes but had positive free cash flow for the 10th straight quarter.
Zacks Market Edge Highlights: Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Pioneer Natural Resources, Halliburton and RPC
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as energy sector shares dropped for a fourth straight session, tracking crude prices, while a late run-up was thwarted by concerns over the passage of a tax revamp after Republican senators were critical of the proposal. The S&P 500 energy sector notched a four-day decline of 4 percent, its weakest such period in 14 months. "Oil coming off recent highs and as crude prices move so (do) the big energy stocks," said Peter Jankovskis, co-chief investment officer at OakBrook Investments LLC in Lisle, Illinois.
General Electric (GE) has been, and might still be, a value investors worst nightmare: a value trap. In fact, value stocks as a group have been a value trap for investors looking for big returns. Datatrek's Nicholas Colas and Jessica Rabe note that the Russell 100 Growth index has gained 24.8% this year, while the Russell 1000 Value index has risen just 6.4%.
Brazil's low-cost oil will help it compete in a tough market as it seeks to turn around its business, Petrobras CEO Pedro Parente said.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Angola's new leader has removed the daughter of former President Jose Eduardo dos Santos as chair of the state-owned oil company, the government announced Wednesday, in a surprise move that appeared to assert independence from one of Africa's longest-ruling families.
Chevron and Halliburton are among the top companies to consider and Exxon Mobil and Chesapeake should probably be avoided, analysts say.
HANOI/JAKARTA, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Vietnam could receive a significant boost to its natural gas supplies as soon as 2023, allowing it to expand its power and petrochemical sectors, after signing two agreements during last week's APEC summit to buy gas at home and from Indonesia. Against the backdrop of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting of heads of government that took place in Danang, Vietnam, state oil company Petrovietnam agreed to buy gas from the Tuna Block in Indonesia's north Natuna Sea.