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Energy

  1. Can EnergySolutions Power Up With Nuclear Energy?

  2. Baker Hughes Sees Bright Future

  3. Is South Africa Next For Shale Gas?

  4. Q1's S&P Stock Superstars

  5. Sempra Energy Analyst Meeting Review

  6. Conoco Phillips Explores For Future Growth

  7. Conoco Phillips Works The Oil Sands

  8. ConocoPhillips' International Projects

  9. The Biggest Nuclear Operators In The United States

  10. Conoco Phillips Loves North America In 2011

  11. Conoco Phillips Sets Up For Growth

  12. Liquefied Natural Gas Expands

  13. Royal Dutch Shell Counting On Integrated Gas Projects

  14. Swift Energy To Focus On South Texas Assets In 2011

  15. PDC Energy Looking To Grow In 2011

  16. Royal Dutch Shell Loves The Deepwater

  17. Royal Dutch Shell Analyst Meeting Review

  18. Nuclear Energy - The Emotion Trade Is In Full Swing

  19. Chevron: Upstream Project Review

  20. Chevron 2011 Analyst Meeting

  21. Exxon's International Portfolio

  22. Japan's Quake Won't Kill Nuclear Power

  23. Exploring The Utica Shale

  24. Exxon Mobil To Increase Capital Spending

  25. Sandridge Energy To Advance Mississippian Oil Play

  26. Sandridge Energy Loves The Permian Basin

  27. GMX Resources Moving Towards Oil And Liquids

  28. Quicksilver Resources In 2011

  29. Land Rig Count Moves Slowly Upward

  30. Mideast Unrest Squeezes Refiners

  31. Schlumberger Analyst Day Review

  32. 4 E & P Companies With Blowout Proved Reserves Growth

  33. Solar Stocks Could Benefit From Rising Oil Orices

  34. Newer Shale Plays Are Slow Moving

  35. EUR Stats Creep Higher

  36. Natural Gas Drilling Frenzy Drawing To A Close

  37. U.S. Energy Companies In Libya

  38. Williams: Breaking Up Is Easy To Do

  39. Cimarex Energy Sets Up For 2011

  40. ConocoPhillips' New Perks For Investors

  41. General Electric's Surprising Acquisition

  42. EnCana Sets 2011 Capital Budget

  43. What Are Proved Reserves Worth?

  44. Drill Down On Finding And Development Costs

  45. Statoil: Bargain Or Bull Trap?

  46. Power In Pipelines

  47. Natural Gas PUDs Drop Like Flies

  48. National Fuel Gas Company To Continue Marcellus Push In 2011

  49. Natural Gas Forecast

  50. Peabody Embraces Coal Supercycle

  51. EQT Favors Marcellus In 2011

  52. Watch The Proved Reserves

  53. Occidental Petroleum's 2011 Capital Budget

  54. Watch The PUDs

  55. Frac Shortage Starts To Ease In Haynesville

  56. Plays For BP's 2030 Energy Outlook

  57. Lone Pine Resources Is Born

  58. How Much Oil Is In The Bakken?

  59. Niobrara Shale In 2011

  60. Plains Exploration And Production Looking To Oil In 2011

  61. Other Shale Plays To Watch In 2011

  62. Integrated Model Falling Short

  63. Talisman Energy Moves Away From Natural Gas In 2011

  64. Venoco To Plow The Monterey Shale In 2011

  65. The Bakken Will Still Rule In 2011

  66. Exploring Israel's Energy Potential

  67. Will 2011 Be The Year That Deepwater Gulf Drilling Restarts?

  68. Cabot Moves On Marcellus And Eagle Ford In 2011

  69. 4 Exploration And Production Stocks That Disappointed Investors In 2010

  70. 4 Exploration And Production Stocks That Rewarded Investors In 2010

  71. Energy Surprises For 2011 And Beyond

  72. Piedmont's Growth Stagnant

  73. Solar Stocks To Watch In 2011

  74. Brigham Exploration 2010 Recap

  75. 6 Stocks That Will Profit From Gulf Infrastructure Upgrades

  76. Venoco Worked The Sacramento Basin In 2010

  77. Sandridge Energy Bets On The Permian In 2010

  78. Goodrich Petroleum Got A Little Oily In 2010

  79. Oasis Petroleum Goes Public In 2010

  80. Continental Resources Bets Big On Williston Basin In 2010

  81. Petrohawk Energy Works The Haynesville Shale In 2010

  82. The Alberta Bakken

  83. EOG Resources Still Loves Oil And Liquids

  84. Range Resources Digs Into The Marcellus Shale In 2010

  85. Ultra Petroleum Continues Low-Cost Growth In 2010

  86. Carrizo Oil And Gas Loved The Barnett In 2010

  87. Southwestern Energy Sticks Mostly With Natural Gas In 2010

  88. Apache Corporation Gets Bigger In 2010

  89. Superior Energy Moves Away From Gulf

  90. Powering Up With Fuel Cells

  91. Oil And Gas Plays You've Never Heard Of

  92. Frac Tech Services To Go Public In 2011

  93. Helmerich & Payne Sees Improvement In 2010

  94. 4 Energy Sector Spinoffs For 2011

  95. Oceaneering: A Bet On The Deepwater

  96. Look To Oil Stocks For 2011

  97. Woodford Shale Infrastructure Coming On Line

  98. Rocky Mountain Midstream Assets

  99. Energy Transfer Partners Grows With Onshore Development

  100. Approach Resources: Permian Player

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