In this "Where the Money Is" video, Fool energy and materials analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman quiz each other on some energy investing trivia.
Integrated oil and gas majors tend to offer enticing dividend yields given their ability to generate cash flow, but which one offers a dividend that doesn't quite keep up? Also, Chesapeake Energy has made a habit of operating in nearly every oil and natural gas basin, but there is one that it hasn't staked its claim in just yet. Find out below.
This large integrated major offers the lowest dividend?
A. Royal Dutch Shell
C. Suncor Energy
D. British Petroleum
Which basin does Chesapeake Energy not operate in?
A. Eagle Ford
Check out the video below for the answers and more analysis.
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