Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at the changing thesis on Mad Money for Total (TOT) based on incremental news.
Apache's purchase of new drilling acreage and Chesapeake's plans to cut natural gas production highlight the divergence in oil and gas prices that has made stock picking tricky.
Libya may only be the world’s 17th largest producer, but its oil is of a quality and grade that makes it invaluable to the larger market, says blogger John Kilduff.
Algae is fast-becoming a promising renewable fuel because it can grow nearly anywhere, can be blended with or replace most traditional fuels, and it’s not food. But algae is far from a perfect solution. Industry observers say it will take anywhere from five to 15 years for algae to be produced on a scale that would be meaningful to the nation’s fuel needs.
Demand from key institutional investors for shares in Glencore on its flotation has been well above the group’s expectations, particularly in Asia and the Middle East, according to bankers involved in the initial public offering. The Financial Times reports.
Italian stocks faced continued volatility Tuesday amid escalating violence against Libyan protesters who want veteran ruler Muammar Gaddafi to step down.
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Global stocks were slightly lower in subdued trade on Tuesday, with weaker commodity shares offsetting gains in bank stocks. Experts tell CNBC to short energy companies when oil prices rise and that Japan is still cheap.
Wednesday's weather models reinforce that Hurricane Gustav could be the most powerful storm to rip through Gulf of Mexico oil and gas production areas since Katrina. It will be the first storm to test the industry's efforts to reinforce its oil and gas production infrastructure.
European earnings were mixed Thursday, with telecoms reporting results in line or above forecasts, while energy companies and financials posted profit declines or figures below market expectations.
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Record-high international oil prices will keep rising until Western countries rein in their demand, Paolo Scaroni, chief executive of Italy's biggest oil and gas company Eni, was quoted as saying on Wednesday.
European shares ended lower on Monday, led by Swiss bank UBS on concerns about further asset writedowns.
This company makes batteries for some of the world's most powerful submarines. But that's not all.
Russia is a safe country for foreign energy companies to make investments and doesn’t use natural-gas prices for political purposes, the deputy chairman of energy giant Gazprom said in an exclusive interview on CNBC’s "Closing Bell."
If they operate in Latin America, yes. Here is Cramer's favorite name in Chile.
Gone are the days of nationalizing companies. This free-market economy's got the growth America dreams of.
While the credit crunch forced General Electric to cut its forecast, its infrastructure divisions are reaping the benefits of fast-growing emerging markets. But Tim Seymour of Seygem Asset Management says look beyond GE for some of the best infrastructure and utility plays in the southern hemisphere.
General Electric might have cut its profit forecast because of the U.S. credit crunch but its international business remained strong. Is there a trade?
As the second quarter begins, and uncertainty in the U.S. market prevails, investors might want to start looking south for some opportunities. For the first quarter, Latin American indices were amongst the best performers around the globe.