38.67 -0.05 (-0.13%)
After hours: 6:22PM EDT
|Bid||0.00 x 0|
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|Day's Range||38.44 - 38.80|
|52 Week Range||32.53 - 39.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||33.79|
|Dividend & Yield||2.40 (6.14%)|
|1y Target Est||39.24|
Despite failures in the Barents Sea, oil and gas companies are refusing to give up on exploring what is projected to be a hugely profitable area
Iraq's oil ministry urged BP to help develop oilfields in the disputed city of Kirkuk on Wednesday.
With the new lower-for-longer oil price environment and the rise of renewable energy, natural gas is set to become a key bridge fuel in the energy mix
Oil majors are most likely to diversify into Petrochemicals within the next 10 to 15 years as demand for conventional fuels is nearing a peak
The U.S. company has abandoned plans for deep-water exploration wells in the 1,000-mile stretch of ocean off southern Australia, citing low oil prices.
Oil prices jumped upwards on Friday as Trump announced his decision to decertify the Iran nuclear deal while Iraqi and Kurdish military units mobilized near Kirkuk
With this deal, Shell (RDS.A) wants to cash in on the wide acceptance of the electric cars and thereby increase its customer base and revenues.
Barclay's Matthew Keating takes a look at mid-cap banks ahead of third-quarter earnings, which begin later this week, writing that while results may disappoint, banks can still fall back on growth. Keating writes that the fact that mid-cap bank earnings kick off on Friday the 13th might be a bit of a bad omen, as he expects just two of the 26 banks in his coverage to beat consensus estimates. Of course some of the third quarter weakness can be attributed to natural disasters, and Keating is below consensus for Popular (BPOP), Prosperity Bancshares (PB), and Texas Capital (TCBI) because of the hurricanes.
The PEG ratios of Chevron (CVX), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), and BP (BP) stand below the peer average at 0.23, 0.41, and 0.36, respectively.
In the previous part, we reviewed the comparison of integrated energy stocks in terms of forward valuations. Now, in this part, we will consider the changes in short interest. ExxonMobil…
Only stringent regulations and their effective implementations will help in the reduction of carbon emissions in the future and facilitate effective transition to cleaner energy sources.
XOM, CVX, Shell, and BP have seen a steep rise in their debt levels in the past three years due to volatile oil prices.
Changes in institutional ownership in ExxonMobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), and BP (BP) have shown a mixed trend in September 2017 over March 2017.
BP Plc said on Thursday it was shutting-in all oil and natural gas production from its U.S. Gulf of Mexico platforms ahead of Tropical Storm Nate. The company is also evacuating all personnel from its ...
Shell has witnessed a decline in its debt levels, and 1H17 has been an excellent period for the company compared to 1H16 regarding cash flows.
BP’s (BP) cash flow from operations rose 22% YoY to $7.0 billion in 1H17. BP’s cash outflow from investing stood at $7.8 billion in 1H17 compared to $7.3 billion in…