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  1. Apache Petroleum Bets On The Offshore

  2. Devon Energy Strategic Repositioning Moving Quickly

  3. SCANA Corp Gets Cleaner

  4. Mergers A Sign Of Change In Energy Sector

  5. Top Reasons For Buying Gold

  6. EOG Resources Storms The Eagle Ford Shale

  7. Niobrara Shale Steps Up

  8. Tap Into Profits With Water Investments

  9. Pain At The Pump, Profit In The Portfolio

  10. Royal Dutch Shell Refocusing

  11. Carrizo Oil and Gas Flips To The Dark Side

  12. Royal Dutch Shell Moves To Increase Investment In U.S.

  13. Bakken Shale Benefits From Natural Gas Fears

  14. March's Mid Cap Losers

  15. Sempra Energy Outlines Strategic Shift

  16. New Brunswick Attracts The Oil And Gas Industry

  17. ConocoPhillips' Upstream Report

  18. International Inflation Protection

  19. ConocoPhillips Aims To Boost Returns

  20. Exxon Mobil's Downstream Outlook

  21. Oversold Stocks Primed To Pop

  22. Exxon Mobil Upstream Inventory To Deliver In 2010

  23. Diversifying With Commodity ETFs

  24. BP Outlines Strategy For 2010 And Beyond

  25. Montana Bakken Moves Forward

  26. Oil Service Costs To Move Higher

  27. E & P Industry Chokes Back

  28. Swift Energy Moving Forward In Eagle Shale And Olmos

  29. Utica Shale Moves A Step Foward

  30. Beware Of Initial Production Rates

  31. Get Ready For The Purcell Limestone

  32. Coastal Drilling Coming Eventually

  33. Is Potash Corp. Overvalued?

  34. New Reserve Rules Bite Back

  35. New Reserve Rules Expand PUDs

  36. Will History Repeat Itself?

  37. Investing In The Woods

  38. The Death Of Conventional Resource Plays?

  39. Clearing Up Coal Stock Confusion

  40. Energy Mergers & Acquisitions In Comeback

  41. Exploration And Production Industry Sees Cost Inflation

  42. New Rules, Same Reserves

  43. Not All Eagle Ford Shale Is Created Equal

  44. El Paso Corporation Has It All

  45. Hess Corporation Continues Expansion

  46. Selma Chalk Is No Slouch For Natural Gas

  47. Magnum Hunter Resources Reborn

  48. Exxon Mobil Rejuvenates Mature Oil Field

  49. Quicksilver Resources In 2010

  50. Resolute Energy's Resolute Growth Trajectory

  51. A Review Of The Gulf Of Mexico

  52. 5 Reasons Gold Is The Next Bubble To Burst

  53. Opportunities In The Oil Patch Beyond The Majors

  54. Marcellus Shale: What To Expect In 2010

  55. Exploration and Development Spending A Mixed Bag In 2010

  56. Big Oil Dividends

  57. Pride International Continues Transition To Deepwater Driller

  58. Play Iraqi Oil Development With Oil Service Companies

  59. Value Investing In The Energy Sector

  60. Oil Companies Making Moves In Iraq

  61. A Lively Start To 2010 For Energy Sector

  62. A Major Player In The World Water Business

  63. Chevron Keeps Focus On Offshore In 2010

  64. National Grid: A Low Profile International Utility

  65. Play The Offshore With Acergy S.A.

  66. Horn River Basin To Reach Center Stage In 2010

  67. Sky's The Limit In The Haynesville Shale

  68. Energy Growth Stars

  69. Gulf Of Mexico Will Not Slow Down In 2010

  70. Explosive Growth In Eagle Ford Shale

  71. Marcellus Shale Development May Reach New York In 2010

  72. What To Expect From The Oil Sands In 2010

  73. Ultra Petroleum To Hit The Ground Running In 2010

  74. What To Expect From Southwestern Energy In 2010

  75. The Worst Stocks Of 2009

  76. The Best Stocks Of 2009

  77. Worried About Natural Gas In 2010? Go For Oil

  78. Watch For The Bossier Shale In 2010

  79. A Look Back At The Marvel-Disney Deal

  80. A Review Of 2009 In Property and Casualty Insurance

  81. Bakken Shale - The Highs And Lows Of 2009

  82. The Eagle Ford Shale Comes Of Age In 2009

  83. Fast Food Stocks In Review

  84. Crimson Exploration Steps Up To The Plate

  85. Hungarian Oil And Gas Exploration Disappoints

  86. 2009 Commodities ETF Roundup

  87. Exxon Mobil Deal Validates Unconventional Resource Plays

  88. Time Warner Passes A Gallstone

  89. Oil And Gas In New Zealand

  90. Mature Oil Fields Still Going

  91. Will Iraq Save The World From Peak Oil?

  92. And Yet More Shale Plays

  93. Marathon Oil Outlines Its Upstream Strategy

  94. Energen Tilts Toward Oil

  95. BP Ramps Up Oil Production

  96. Playing With Platinum And Palladium

  97. IEA Report Will Please Oil Bulls And Bears

  98. Energy Cycle Set To Move Higher In 2010

  99. The Major Oil Companies Are Still Awesome

  100. Shale Plays: Greater Yield And Lower Costs

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