As a part of its cost-cutting efforts, Cenovus Energy (CVE) plans to slash 500-700 jobs in 2018.
Encana (ECA) reported earnings more than 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
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Encana is just getting started on a long-term strategy that should significantly increase its cash flow, which in time should leave it with plenty left over to return to investors.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: TOTAL S.A., Andeavor, Encana, ConocoPhillips and Noble Energy
TOTAL (TOT) agreed to buy LNG assets from utility company Engie for $1.5 billion. Meanwhile, Andeavor (ANDV) and Encana (ECA) came up with weaker-than-expected earnings reports.
Cenovus (CVE) moves ahead with the sale of the last of its four major assets.
Encana (ECA) reported Q3 earnings were adversely impacted by higher capex and operating expenditure.
Encana (ECA) manages to beat revenue estimates, despite being hit by Hurricane Harvey.
Focus on core-shale plays along with cost-cut efforts is likely to drive Encana's (ECA) Q3 earnings. However, weak natural gas prices remain a concern.
Surging implied volatility makes Encana (ECA) Stock lucrative to the option traders.
Cenovus (CVE) opts for superior cyber security as data breach is on the rise.
Veresen Midstream LP, a 50-50 venture of Veresen Inc., Calgary, and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. LP, New York, has started up the first of three natural gas processing plants that will support the Encana Corp.-Mitsubishi Corp. jointly owned Cutbank Ridge Partnership's (CRP) condensate-focused growth plan in the Montney area of northeastern British Columbia's Dawson region (OGJ Online, Apr. 1, 2015).
Cenovus (CVE) takes the next step following its strategy to divest $5 billion worth of assets.
Veresen Midstream LP, a 50-50 venture of Veresen Inc., Calgary, and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. LP, New York, has started up the first of three natural gas processing plants that will support the Encana Corp.-Mitsubishi Corp. jointly owned Cutbank Ridge Partnership’s (CRP) condensate-focused growth plan in the Montney area of northeastern British Columbia’s Dawson region.