All Posts Tagged With: "Anadarko Petroleum Corporation"

(APC) Anadarko Petroleum Reaches 52-Week High

On May 17, 2013 shares of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) touched a new 52-week high of $90.46. The company’s high-quality exploration programs in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM) and West African prospects drove the stock to a new...

2Jul2013 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) Anadarko Petroleum: Will it Miss?

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) will release its fourth quarter 2012 financial results after market close on Feb 4, 2013. In the prior quarter, the oil and gas company reported an earnings surprise of 10.53%. Anadarko Petroleum...

15Feb2013 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) Natural Gas Supplies Down by 82 Bcf

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected decrease in natural gas supplies. However, the storage withdrawal – the fourth for the winter heating season – was lower than both last year and the five-year average, thereby indicating continued bearishness. About...

26Dec2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(DEJ) Dejour farms out development of West Grand Valley

Dejour farms out development of West Grand Valley By Steven Ralston, CFA Dejour Energy (DEJ) announced the execution of an agreement to sell and farm-out approximately...

10Dec2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) Gas Stocks Dip Below Year-Ago Level

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected decrease in natural gas supplies on account of slightly lower production. The storage withdrawal – the third for the winter heating season – has also pushed down natural gas stocks below the year-ago level...

10Dec2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) Natural Gas Storage Scales New Peak

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a smaller-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s brisk use for space heating by residential/commercial consumers and lower imports from Canada. Despite the relatively soft (and below estimate)...

29Nov2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) U.S. Natural Gas Stockpiles Shrink

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected decrease in natural gas supplies on account of the advent of cold weather that prompted  the commodity’s brisk use for space heating by residential/commercial consumers. The storage withdrawal – the second...

27Nov2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(KBH) Stock Market News for October 25, 2012 – Market News

Benchmarks lost out on their initial gains on Wednesday and ended in the red after corporate results dampened sentiment yet again. Also, the Federal Reserve’s announcement that the U.S. economy still needs a push to increase growth and improve the employment situation kept the cautious tone alive....

25Oct2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) U.S. Natural Gas Supplies Up by 72 Bcf

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a smaller-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s brisk use for space heating by residential/commercial consumers amid essentially flat supply. Despite the relatively soft (and below estimate)...

16Oct2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(EIA) Natural Gas Supplies Up by 77 Bcf

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, as overall domestic consumption fell amid an increase in production. Gas stocks – currently some 10% above the benchmark average levels – are at their highest point...

9Oct2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(EIA) Natural Gas Supplies Up by 67 Bcf

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed an in-line increase in natural gas supplies, as domestic consumption – reflecting air conditioning demand – declined with temperatures falling from their summer highs. Additionally,  production level remained strong. Gas...

9Oct2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(HAL) U.S. Natural Gas Supplies Surprise Increase According to U.S. Energy Department

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, as domestic consumption – reflecting air conditioning demand – declined with temperatures falling from their summer highs. Additionally, production level remained strong. Gas...

1Oct2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(HP) U.S. Natural Gas Inventories Swell

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s tepid use for power generation, as temperatures fell from their summer highs. Moreover, the build came in ahead of the five-year average addition...

5Sep2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) Natural Gas Supplies Up by 47 Bcf

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s tepid use for power generation, as temperatures fell slightly from their summer highs. However, the build came in well short of the five-year average...

31Aug2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(DVN) Another Cut in Natural Gas Surplus

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a smaller-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s brisk use for power generation in the face of extreme summer temperatures. Despite the relatively soft (and below estimate) supply build,...

24Aug2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(EIA) U.S. Natural Gas Storage Growth Slows

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a smaller-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s brisk use for power generation in the face of extreme summer temperatures. Despite the relatively soft (and below estimate) supply build,...

14Aug2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(DVN) U.S. Natural Gas Storage Surplus Narrows

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s tepid demand. However, the build came in well short of the five-year average addition for the week. Despite the relatively soft supply build,...

16Jul2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(DVN) U.S. Energy Department Reports Another Modest Natural Gas Build

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a slightly smaller-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s brisk use for power generation. Despite the relatively soft (and below estimate) supply build, the latest injection – the sixteenth...

10Jul2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) Anadarko Petroleum Sells Minor Stake in Lucius Development Project

Independent oil and gas producer Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) entered into an agreement with an undisclosed party to develop its deepwater Lucius oil & natural gas project in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM). The company has sold...

6Jul2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(HAL) Pace of Natural Gas Supply Growth Slows

The U.S. Energy Department's weekly inventory release showed a slightly smaller-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, reflecting the commodity’s brisk use for power generation. Despite the relatively soft (and below estimate) supply build, the latest injection – the fourteenth...

24Jun2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(PXP)Plains Exploration & Production Company Analyst Remains Neutral on Shares

We reiterate our Neutral recommendation on Plains Exploration & Production Company (PXP). The company turned in a dull first quarter with both earnings and revenue coming in below the corresponding Zacks Consensus Estimates. Plains...

14Jun2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(XOM) U.S. Natural Gas Surplus Shrinks Further

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, as demand from power utilities declined. The latest injection – the twelfth in 2012 – has added to already bloated inventories. Gas stocks – currently some 32% above...

10Jun2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(EIA) U.S. Energy Department Reports Natural Gas Surplus Shrinks

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, as mild temperatures in parts of the country have restricted the commodity’s requirement for power burn. The injection – the ninth in 2012 – has added to already bloated...

21May2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(EIA) Natural Gas Prices Continue to Sink

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed an in-line increase in natural gas supplies, as maintenance on two nuclear units in Southern California led to increased natural gas demand in the region. However, this is largely seen as a one-off shot, with mild April temperatures...

22Apr2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(EIA) Natural Gas Woes: No End in Sight

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a smaller-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, as pipeline imports from Canada declined. However, this is largely seen as a one-off shot, with mild April temperatures across the country restricting the commodity’s...

16Apr2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(BP) BP Plc Leases 84,000 Acres in Ohio

U.K. oil giant BP Plc (BP) intends to reap the benefits of an impending northeast Ohio oil and gas boom in the Utica/Point Pleasant shale formation, with an estimated recoverable potential of approximately 5.5 billion barrels of oil. As...

2Apr2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(CHK) Nat Gas Stocks in Record Territory

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected increase in natural gas supplies, as record-warm March temperatures across the country have restricted the commodity’s requirement for power burn. In fact, the second injection of 2012 and the largest ever...

31Mar2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(APC) U.S. Natural Gas Inventory Builds For The First Time in 2012

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed an in-line build-up in natural gas supplies, as record-warm March temperatures across the country have restricted the commodity’s requirement for power burn. In fact, the first injection of 2012 has added to the already bloated inventories....

26Mar2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(EIA) Natural Gas Storage Still Abundant

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a larger-than-expected drop in natural gas supplies, as imports from Canada declined. However, this is largely seen as a one-off shot, with warmer-than-normal temperatures across most of the country restricting the commodity’s requirement...

19Mar2012 | | Comments Off | Continued

(DVN) U.S. Natural Gas Supplies Remain Bloated

The U.S. Energy Department’s weekly inventory release showed a lower-than-expected drop in natural gas supplies, as warmer-than-normal temperatures across the country have restricted the commodity’s requirement for power burn. In fact, gas stocks – currently some 45% above benchmark levels...

13Mar2012 | | Comments Off | Continued