|Daily Range||$49.53 - $50.21|
|52-Week Range||$44.00 - $63.80|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (5.4%)|
|Average Daily Volume||123,147|
|Current FY EPS||$13.25|
Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
The oil king possesses large quantities of natural gas and has partnered with international firms to help develop its difficult-to-exploit reserves.
The interim nuclear deal with Iran is scheduled to end on July 20. With a deal unlikely, more threats to limit Iranian crude exports are likely, adding upward pressure to the Brent spot price.
Libya's oil exports have been dropping for a while, and may soon dry up entirely. Find out which Brent Crude producers are best positioned to cash in on this shortfall.
The deal highlights a divide within Europe over how to handle Russia.
Russia's Bazhenov shale oil field covers 2.3 million square kilometers or 570 million acres, which is the size of Texas and the Gulf of Mexico combined and represents an area 80 times larger than Bakken.
Italian oil giant Eni insists it will remain committed to its development plans in war-torn Libya. But with the oil not flowing and tensions on the rise, how long can it continue investing without a payoff?
Libya's oil production is down over 80% in the past year. That's not changing soon, and these European producers belong in your portfolio.
Unrest in the Crimea sent Russia's energy stocks plummeting. Here's why you oughtn't miss this chance to get into Russia on the cheap.
The recent move by Rosneft to take control of the Junin 6 block is an overall indicator of Venezuela's preference for state owned oil companies.
This Russian oil giant is making moves to follow the money, and that can't happen if the lights aren't on.