Category Archives: Energy
Diamond Offshore is the offshore drilling company that is 53%-owned by Loews Corporation. The company currently owns a fleet of 17 “floaters” (self-propelled drillships and semisubmersible rigs), four of which are currently cold-stacked.
2018 First Quarter Results. On April 26, Arch Coal reported disappointing 2018 first quarter results. Adjusted EPS for the quarter was $2.95, up from $2.82 last year, but behind the consensus forecast of $4.22. Revenues declined 4.3% to $575.3 million, … Continue reading
Imperial Oil (IMO), in which Exxon Mobil Corp. has a 69.6% stake, is the largest integrated oil company in Canada. Across the value chain, it is a leading producer of oil (primarily through its assets in the Athabasca oil sands), … Continue reading
Baker Hughes and General Electric completed their merger on July 3, 2017. Baker Hughes shareholders received $17.50 in cash and one share of new Baker Hughes stock (BHGE).
Unit Corporation is a diversified oil & gas company based in Tulsa, OK. Founded in 1963, the company was originally a contract driller. Over the years, it expanded into oil & gas exploration and production and mid-stream services (i.e. gathering, … Continue reading
Tidewater, the largest publicly-traded operator of offshore vessels and marine support services for the offshore oil & gas industry filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings on May 17, one week after announcing that it had reached agreement with creditors on … Continue reading
Last week, I attended the annual presentation of the American Gas Association (AGA) to the New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA). The AGA represents companies that deliver natural gas to residential, commercial and industrial customers across the U.S. The … Continue reading
Tenaris S.A. (TS) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of seamless and welded steel casing and tubing, otherwise known as “oil country tubular goods.” Its products are used mostly in oil & gas drilling operations.
Like most of its peers, Westmoreland Coal Company (WLB) has seen its stock price fall precipitously over the past several years. Its stock is down more than 80% since it peaked in July 2014.