Investors Should Prepare for a Slimmer Royal Dutch Shell
Shell plans $15 billion worth of asset sales by the end of 2015. If it isn't careful, its massive divestments may endanger future growth.
Meddling Politicians Won't Spoil the Opportunity for These Stocks
Exporting U.S. oil and natural gas is suddenly a hot topic; that's because there's a huge investment opportunity.
Why These Two Massive Projects Represent the Future for Chevron
The Wheatstone and Gorgon projects in Australia are Chevron's major inroads into liquefied natural gas, and are its best opportunities for future production growth.
Why Would ConocoPhillips and BP Team Up in the Gulf of Mexico?
ConocoPhillips and BP are betting heavily on the Gila well in the deep-water Gulf. Considering they're both limiting capital spending going forward, the Gila discovery is hugely important.
CEO Pete Miller Discusses the Difference Between Private and National Oil Companies
National Oil Varco works with clients ranging from Argentina and Brazil to Chevron and Exxon; Miller discusses the differences.
Here's Why You Shouldn't Be Worried About Big Oil's Falling Returns
The world's largest integrated oil and gas players, ExxonMobil, Chevron, and Royal Dutch Shell are spending more developing projects, but profits are falling; things need to change.
Chevron Corporation: Good Things Come to Those Who Wait
Chevron has underperformed peers ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell recently, but this could be about to change.
What's Causing European Oil Majors So Much Pain?
Supply disruptions and aggressive asset sales are already limiting production for Eni, Royal Dutch Shell, and Statoil. Unfortunately, restricted capital expenditures going forward will only continue production hiccups.