Are These Western Oil Majors Operating in Iraq at Serious Risk?
For Western oil majors ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, and Chevron, Iraq represents only a minimal share of production and earnings.
Don't Overlook This Expanding Energy Empire
This Brazilian company is finally gaining a long-sought asset.
This High-Impact Oil Project Could Change the Future of the Gulf of Mexico
Why Statoil’s Martin prospect in the Gulf of Mexico could be a game-changer not only for the company, but also for nearby operators.
Are Asset Sales the Answer for Royal Dutch Shell plc?
Royal Dutch Shell’s planned $15 billion of asset sales through 2015 will raise much-needed cash and should help the company improve its capital efficiency over time.
These Risks Could Derail Norway’s Booming Oil Industry
Energy companies’ renewed emphasis on cost-cutting and an unfavorable tax environment could greatly reduce investment in Norway’s booming oil and gas industry.
Anadarko Petroleum Keeps Getting Better in This Oil Patch
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation’s sharp reduction in Eagle Ford well costs and drilling days are fueling strong returns for the company.
Deals Are Plentiful in the Oil Patches, but the Players Are Not Who You Would Think
In this week's "Where the Money Is," The Motley Fool's energy analysts discuss the biggest energy sector headlines.
Libya Oil Export Cut Could Benefit Brent Crude Producers
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.