|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||25.90 x 4000|
|Day's Range||21.71 - 22.59|
|52 Week Range||21.70 - 37.76|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.05|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.45|
|Earnings Date||Feb 18, 2019 - Feb 22, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.44 (2.02%)|
|1y Target Est||39.29|
The rapid decline of U.S. oil prices will test the claim of fracking companies that they can now prosper at $50 a barrel or less, a price level they have found challenging in the past. For years, the companies behind the U.S. oil and gas boom, including Noble Energy Inc. and Whiting Petroleum Corp., have promised shareholders that they have thousands of prospective wells that they can drill profitably even at $40 a barrel. Last year, when oil prices averaged about $50 a barrel, the group as a whole was barely in the black, with profits of about $1.7 billion, or roughly 1.3% of revenue, according to FactSet.
David Stover became the CEO of Noble Energy Inc (NYSE:NBL) in 2014. This report will, first, examine the CEO compensation levels in comparison to CEO compensation at other big companies. Read More...
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A top executive for Houston-based Noble Energy has jumped ship and joined one of the big names of Denver oil and gas. Charles “Chip” Rimer became Whiting Petroleum Corp.’s (NYSE: WLL) chief operating officer Thursday. It’s the second time in a year Whiting has attracted a Texas oil executive from one of the Colorado’s biggest oil and gas producers to a leadership position. Whiting hired Brad Holly, a former Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: APC) executive in charge of U.S. onshore operations for The Woodlands, Texas-based giant, last November to be CEO and president.
The financial backstop for Arnusch’s farm will be the well water now leased to Noble Energy Inc., (NYSE: NBL) the Houston-based oil and gas company that plans to drill new oil and gas wells in the area. It’s something Noble has done across 100 square miles of the Denver-Julesburg Basin, where on Oct. 29 it won state approval to develop a vast system of 772 new oil and gas wells and pipelines on over the next six years. Noble’s project is a large version of what’s been going on across Colorado’s oil and gas fields.
DEEP DIVE Investors have faced elevated volatility in the market recently. First, there was the big rout of tech stocks, and now the buzz on Wall Street is that oil stocks may have fallen too far. Here are three stories from this morning offering contrasting views of the energy sector, which is understandably hypersensitive to oil prices: • Oil rout leaves energy stocks oversold, contrarians circling • Record U.
Ballot measures contributed to some of the stock market’s biggest gains. But some pockets of the market stumbled, with shares of banks and aerospace companies lagging behind.
Dan Haley stirred watery ice cubes in a drink and readied to leave the Protect Colorado watch party Tuesday night, less than two hours after it became clear voters rejected Proposition 112. The oil and gas industry campaign just defeated what it considered a devastating measure requiring 2,500-foot buffers around oil and gas infrastructure on non-federal land statewide. Haley, executive director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, had a steady refrain for the well-wishers thanking him on their way out.
Energy stocks rise on Wednesday on the heels of earnings beats for a swath of oil-and-gas companies and after Colorado voters reject limits on fracking.
Tuesday’s energy-restricting ballot initiatives were voted against by Colorado and Washington voters in what can be seen as a victory for Big Oil
NEW YORK, Nov. 07, 2018 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors,.
Houston, Nov. 05, 2018 -- Noble Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NBL) announced today that David L. Stover, the Company’s Chairman, President & CEO, will present at the Bank of America.
and its shareholders will be closely watching the midterm voting in Colorado as Proposition 112 could affect its future oil production plans in the state. On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Colorado citizens will go to the polls to vote on Proposition 112, which would require all new oil and gas wells to be a minimum of 2,500 feet -- about half a mile -- from occupied buildings and "vulnerable areas," such as parks and irrigation canals. While polling data is "limited, and mixed," Anadarko has significant exposure to the vote, according to Morgan Stanley analysts, including Devin McDermott.
Key oil and gas companies don’t expect the Proposition 112 setback vote next week to slow Colorado’s near-term oil and gas growth, and they’re increasingly confident the measure will fail at the ballot box. Executives with Colorado’s two biggest oil-well operations, Noble Energy Inc. (NYSE: NBL) and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: APC), told Wall Street analysts they expect continued production growth in the state next year regardless of whether the initiative passes.
Noble Energy's total revenues increased around 32.6% year over year to $1,273 million in the third quarter. Reported revenues also surpassed the estimate by 10.5%.
Oil moving on a government report on supply increases. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Adam Shapiro talk to Seana Smith on the floor of the NYSE.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports on the stocks seeing an impact after California, Colorado and Michigan voters rejected and passed specific ballot measures.