In an environment where energy prices remain lower for longer and short-cycle US onshore plays take market share, midstream MLPs with the best growth prospects remain some of our favorite picks. Do recent IPOs represent good investment opportunities?
Every earnings season, companies in the oil-field services industry highlight emerging technologies that can help upstream operators to improve their well productivity, boost operational efficiency and reduce per-barrel production costs. The current trends and new techniques are perhaps more important than ever given current prices.
Challenging economics have prompted operators to shut down a number of nuclear power plants. Dozens of closures will follow in coming years, unless lobbying efforts convince states to subsidize these facilities with zero-emission credits.
Despite the underperformance of SPDR Oil & Gas Exploration & Production (NYSE: XOP) this year because of concerns about the outlook for energy prices and surging US production, several upstream operators have completed initial public offerings and more remain on the docket. Here are our takes.
Given the uncertainty and volatility in the energy sector, we prefer midstream names that offer the best leverage to volumetric growth stories and have the balance sheet strength to pursue joint ventures with cash-strapped rivals.
Around the world and regardless of where they’re based, utilities returns on capital expenditures depend on regulatory decisions. Recent political changes have led to regulatory shifts with significant implications for this sector. Grab your passport, and let’s take a look at these recent changes.
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