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Eight energy stocks to buy as oil prices keep climbing
Posted on Tuesday May 22, 2018
Barring a recession, which doesn’t seem likely, oil prices seem intent on rising higher. Morgan Stanley thinks Brent crude (IFEU:LCO=F) will reach $90 a barrel by 2020. A good way to play that is to buy the majors, or the biggest of the big energy companies like Shell and Total, says Morgan Stanley analyst Martijn Rats.
Is US Natural Gas Consumption Trending Higher?
Posted on Friday May 18, 2018
PointLogic, a market intelligence company, estimates that US natural gas consumption increased ~4% to 57.5 Bcf per day on May 10–16. The consumption also increased ~1.2% or by 0.7 Bcf per day YoY.
Continental Resources Announces Shelly Lambertz to Continental Board of Directors
Posted on Thursday May 17, 2018
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Continental Resources, Inc. (CLR) today announced the Continental Board of Directors elected Shelly Lambertz to the Board as a Class II Director, effective immediately following the conclusion of the 2018 Annual Meeting of Shareholders. Ms. Lambertz replaces James L. Gallogly, who submitted his resignation effective at the end of the 2018 Annual Meeting of Shareholders, to be able to focus on his duties as the upcoming President of the University of Oklahoma. Ms. Lambertz is the Chief Operating Officer of Hamm Capital.
Rising stars slash debt costs in robust US economy
Posted on Thursday May 17, 2018
Oil producer Continental Resources is one of several US companies that have been able to cut borrowing costs after their credit ratings were upgraded to investment-grade on the back of rising commodity prices and a robust economy. The number of potential "fallen angels" that could move in the other direction dropped to 35 from 40 in the first quarter, which is the 10th consecutive quarter to see a reduction, according to Moody’s Investors Service. The proportion of potential fallen angels to "rising stars" also dropped to 1.9 times on March 31 from 2.7 times on December 31, according to Moody’s. It was as high as 5.7 times in the fourth quarter of 2015 after oil prices collapsed, which was the highest level since 8.0 times in June 2009, after the financial crisis.