Among all the industries belonging to the Energy sector, US Exploration seems lucrative with healthy free cash flow and declining debt load.
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Will rapidly rising oilfield service costs derail efforts by companies to maintain fiscal austerity while hitting their production targets? That question emerged as a major theme during fourth-quarter earnings calls, and analysts say the answer is an emphatic no. WTI oil prices that have risen from a 2015-2017 average of $48/b to roughly $60/b have […] The post Oil’s recovery quells concerns over rising costs appeared first on The Barrel Blog.
Higher proved reserves and inventory of premium oil wells make EOG Resources (EOG) a compelling buy.
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EOG Resources (EOG) looks well positioned for a solid gain, but has been overlooked by investors lately.
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Canadian Natural Resources' (CNQ) oil and natural gas liquids output increased more than 27% to 744,100 barrels per day.
EOG Resources' (EOG) fourth-quarter 2017 results benefit from increased production and higher oil and gas price realizations.
Range Resources' (RRC) fourth-quarter 2017 results gain from increase in oil and gas equivalent production and price realizations.
Ensco's (ESV) fourth-quarter 2017 results hurt by lower dayrates of floater and jackups as well as higher expenses. However, the acquisition of Atwood is a positive.