BP's CEO Took On Investors' Fears With Full Force During Its Recent Conference Call
Management wanted to put any concerns about BP to bed during its recent conference call, and really went out of its way to make sure investors knew what they had planned for years to come.
What Do Energy Industry Earnings Mean for Your Portfolio?
Energy earnings are piling up, and we're here to break them down.
ExxonMobil's Earnings Show It's Prepared for "Lower for Longer" Oil Prices
Despite big declines in earnings, ExxonMobil is still generating enough cash to maintain business as usual.
Total SA's Operations Continue to Outperform Its Big Oil Peers
Total posted yet another impressive quarter of earnings that most of its peers should be jealous of.
Royal Dutch Shell Posts a Ghastly Loss of $7.4 Billion This Quarter
Massive writedowns of its Alaskan drilling program and its Carmon Creek oil sand project evaporated any of Shell's profits in the company's third quarter.
Royal Dutch Shell Could Be in for Another Tough Quarter
With oil and gas prices falling throughout the quarter and taking a huge writedown for its Alaska operations, don't expect anything special from Shell's earnings report.
There's No Way Total SA Can Repeat Last Quarter's Earnings, Can It?
Total's last earnings report was a lone bright spot in an otherwise weak oil and gas industry. Looking at some of the reasons it outperformed last quarter, it might not be surprising if it does so again.
Shell Sets Its Sights on "Unexplored" Oil Basin in Nova Scotia
Shell has wasted no time in moving on from its failed Arctic drilling campaign as the oil major is now set to begin drilling in the Atlantic Ocean offshore Nova Scotia.