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Global Hunter Securities Analyst Mike Kelly names two oil stocks that could be taken out next.
HOUSTON, April 23- There is a growing disconnect between Houston and Wall Street over when slumping oil prices will recover. Beaten down by a seven-month rout that slashed crude prices from over $147 a barrel last summer to $42 a barrel, producers are bracing for oil to remain at about $60 a barrel for as long as the next five years or so, according to executives...
Pioneer Natural Resources CEO Scott Sheffield says he's optimistic the U.S. will lift an oil export ban after recent meetings with lawmakers.
Oil CEOs expect low oil prices to linger for at least a few years, due to a market flush with private financing and productive wells.
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After Shell's BG deal, investors might be tempted to chase the next potential energy takeout. Here's why that could be a big mistake.
Exxon could make a deal soon, and targets for oil majors range from U.S. shale producers to distressed mining and resources firms, analysts tell CNBC.
Many of the jobs would be created in Florida, Washington, New York, Massachusetts, and other states that are not known as oil producers. Record spare U.S. crude oil supplies caused by the drilling boom of the last five years have put pressure on the Obama administration and Congress to lift the country's ban on oil exports. Congress put the ban in place after the 1970 s...
Joe Terranova added a plunging oil stock to his Halftime Portfolio on expectations drastic capital spending cuts will spark a rebound.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a higher open on Tuesday, as negotiations over Greece's bailout program continue to keep investors cautious.
Two Halftime Report traders sold some of their commodity-related stocks, cashing in quickly on a rebound in the names.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Joe Terranova, "Halftime Report" trader and chief market strategist at Virtus Investment Partners, is adding another energy company to his portfolio.
SINGAPORE, Jan 27- U.S. exports of condensate have been given an important boost after pipeline company Enterprise Products Partners LP agreed annual contracts with at least two major trading companies to sell the light crude, trade sources said. Oil producers have been pressing to lift a 40- year-old U.S. ban on crude exports and the Department of Commerce...
Eric Otto, director of oil exploration and production at CLSA, told CNBC who is solid or vulnerable after his $30-a-barrel oil stress test.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
WASHINGTON, Jan 14- ConocoPhillips has asked the U.S. Commerce Department for guidance on whether it can ship its minimally treated light oil abroad, though the company does not believe it makes sense to export it now, the company's CEO said on Wednesday. The Bureau of Industry and Security at the commerce department said on Dec. 30 that it had given permission for...
HOUSTON, Jan 13- Royal Dutch Shell Plc said on Tuesday it received U.S. approval to export a very light form of crude oil that has undergone minimal processing. Shell had been working with the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security on how to ship lightly processed condensate overseas without violating a decades-old crude export ban, the...
Traders smelling blood—or maybe oil—in the water have piled into shorts against energy-related companies.
There are three macro themes that are continuing to play out in 2015, all driven by bandwagon mentality.