The Stock Scout Index is an Oil and Gas Investor index designed to reflect conditions mainly in the U.S. oil and gas sector. The index comprises a basket of 100 stocks, made up principally of exploration and production companies and many of the oilfield service providers and land and offshore drilling companies that provide services and equipment to the independent E&P sector.
Of the 100 index components, approximately two-thirds are made up of independent oil and gas companies, and one-third by diversified oilfield service providers, wellsite service and equipment providers, and the land and offshore drilling sector. The independent E&P sector comprises large, medium and small names, with the largest market capitalization being that of Occidental Petroleum Corp. The largest diversified oilfield service provider is Schlumberger Ltd.
Stocks included in the Stock Scout index are: APA APC AR AREX AXAS BAS BBG BCEI BHI CAM CHK CIE CJES CLB CLR CNX COG CRK CRR CRZO CWEI CXO DNR DO DVN ECA EGN EOG EPE EQT ESV EXH EXXI FANG FET FMSA FTI GDP GPOR HAL HES HK HLX HP KEG LPI MCF MHR MRO MTDR MUR NBL NBR NE NFG NFX NOG NOV OAS OII OIS OXY PDCE PDS PE PES PTEN PVA PXD QEP RDC RRC RSPP SD SFY SGY SLB SLCA SM SN SPN SSE SWN SYRG TLM TPLM UNT UPL WFT WLL WPX WTI XCO
For additional information on the Stock Scout Index, please contact Hart Energy's Senior Financial Analyst Chris Sheehan, CFA, at email@example.com.
Instead of investing in Australia or the U.S., Sonangol wants to become an oil company of reference in the African continent, says the company's chairman added that this is a major change.
The development of hydraulic fracturing rebuilt our domestic industry into the global powerhouse it is today and will likely continue to be well into the future. Eddie Johnston and GTI played a vital role.
ABB’s board of directors and Ulrich Spiesshofer have mutually agreed for him to step down from his role as CEO, which he has held since 2013, the company said on April 17.