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Sector - Mining Quarrying Oil and Gas Extraction

  1. Playing The Big Winners In U.S. LNG

  2. Investors Already Thinking Recovery For Cummins

  3. BP Looks Cheap, But A Lot Of Improvements Have To Come Through

  4. Advanced Energy Industries Hanging On For The Turn

  5. Total Looks Cheap, But There's A Reason

  6. Good Profitability And Relative Valuation Make Chevron Interesting

  7. Exxon Mobil Profits And Growth Fail To Impress

  8. Is Caterpillar Facing A New Normal In Mining?

  9. Halliburton Has Gotten Interesting Again

  10. Schlumberger Looks Good At Today's Prices

  11. Dominion Diamond Goes Shopping - Should You?

  12. GE Pays Up To Get Into Another Attractive Energy Business

  13. For Alcoa, It Can Still Get Worse Before It Gets Better

  14. Valero Stockholders: Should You Keep The Spin-Off Shares?

  15. With Fracking It’s All About Water Management

  16. A Slimmed Down Vestas Hopes For More Than Just Survival

  17. BP's Moves On Russian Front Look To Pay Dividends

  18. Cliffs Natural Resources Needs Another Iron Ore Boom

  19. Hercules Offshore Seeing Better Days In The Gulf

  20. Will Gold Mining ETFs Ever Be a Buy?

  21. Icahn Looks For More From Transocean

  22. Barring Disaster, Anadarko Looks Too Cheap

  23. Exxon Mobil Looking Steady, But Not Spectacular

  24. Chevron Deserves A Better Valuation

  25. Can Offshore Continue To Offset Weaker Onshore Trends At National Oilwell Varco?

  26. The Next Energy Debate - Should The U.S. Pass Gas?

  27. Welcome To "Peak Gold" And How To Play It

  28. Have Investors Gone Overboard With Halliburton?

  29. Rio Tinto Looks To Make A Fresh Start

  30. Crimson Exploration Looks Undervalued, But Mind The Well Economics

  31. Schlumberger Still Facing A Tough Enviroment

  32. Can Alexco Pick Up The Pace?

  33. Alcoa Has Improved, But It's Still In The Aluminum Business

  34. Can Atwood Keep The Positive News Flowing In 2013?

  35. Exxon Mobil Heads Offshore

  36. A Favorable Settlement Should Open The Door For Transocean To Outperform

  37. Itochu - It's Not Easy, But It Might Be A Good Value

  38. Year-End Recap For Gold Stocks

  39. Is Another Copper Star On The Rise?

  40. Another Quarter Of Discontent For Energy Services?

  41. Joy Global And The Coal Conundrum

  42. Canada Gives Approval To Deal Between Nexen And CNOOC

  43. What Will Happen To Gold Stocks In 2013

  44. Molycorp Facing Even More Uncertainty, And At The Wrong Time

  45. Energy Stocks To Watch In 2013

  46. Freeport McMoRan Announces A Real Doozy

  47. ONEOK Backs Off The Bakken

  48. Bull Vs. Bear: It's Time To Buy Canadian Oil

  49. Bull Vs. Bear: Canuck Oil Is Safest, But Pure Canadian Plays Are Hard To Find

  50. 3 Famous Business-To-Business Lawsuits

  51. Ghawar And The Bakken

  52. Liquefied Natural Gas Costs Set To Rise

  53. What The Heck Happened To Peak Oil?

  54. Oil And Gas Industry Continues Search For Next Big Thing

  55. The Wheel Keeps Turning In the Energy Sector

  56. Will Core Labs Get Much Cheaper?

  57. EOG Resources Increases Production Growth For 2012

  58. Higher Gold Prices Ahead? Buy The Miners

  59. Improving Utilization And Efficiency Should Shrink Transocean's Discount

  60. Energy Sector Recap: Exxon Mobil Reports Decline In Production

  61. Anadarko Petroleum Ups Oil And Gas Resource Estimates

  62. How Much Oil And Gas Will Iraq Produce?

  63. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending October 26, 2012

  64. Newfield Exploration Lays An Egg

  65. Schlumberger's: The Reliable Name In An Unreliable Sector

  66. Desperately Seeking Cash

  67. Bonanza Creek Energy Moves Forward In Wattenberg Field

  68. CAT's Slowdown No Longer If Or When, But How Long?

  69. Peabody Is The Best Of A Mangy Breed

  70. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending October 19, 2012

  71. Baker Hughes Shows That It Can Always Get Worse

  72. Upstream MLPs - Big Distributions From The Wellhead

  73. Noble Energy Looks For Oil In The Eastern Mediterranean

  74. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending October 12, 2012

  75. Continental Resources Presents Monster Growth Plan

  76. Oil Stocks And ETF Outlook

  77. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending October 5, 2012

  78. Gorgon LNG Gets Even Bigger

  79. Post-Robbery, Repsol Still Has Promise

  80. Does A Shake-Up At Seadrill Really Change Anything?

  81. Total Sets Up For Growth

  82. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending September 28, 2012

  83. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending Sept. 21, 2012

  84. Petrobras Starts Up More Production At Deepwater Gulf Of Mexico Project

  85. The Market Is Already Expecting Big Things At Dril-Quip

  86. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending September 14, 2012

  87. Plains Exploration & Production Company - Gulf Of Mexico Acquisitions

  88. Another Quarter, Another Warning From Steel Dynamics

  89. A Familiar Refrain For Range Resources

  90. Last Week In The Energy Sector

  91. Oil And Gas Spending To Exceed $1 Trillion In 2012

  92. QEP Resources Bakken Purchase - A Closer Look

  93. Cabot Oil And Gas Looks Like A Reasonable "Buy And Wait" Story

  94. The Week Ahead In Energy

  95. Has Ultra Petroleum Seen The Worst?

  96. Seadrill Has What Big Oil Badly Needs

  97. Energy Sector Recap Week Ending Aug. 24, 2012

  98. Can Whiting Deliver More Green?

  99. Petrobras Strikes It Rich

  100. BHP Billiton Hoping For A Better 2013

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