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Where there are still bargains in energy: Analyst

Energy names have bounced powerfully, but Pavel Molchanov of Raymond James says there's still value to be found.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg
US stocks fall slightly on lower oil, mixed earnings news

NEW YORK- The stock market capped a quiet week of trading on a down note. Just 2.5 billion shares changed hands on the New York Stock Exchange, three-quarters of the normal level. Among stocks making big gains, Deere& Co. rose $3.89, or 4.3 percent, to $93.35 after the equipment maker beat analysts' estimates for its latest quarterly earnings.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By BERNARD CONDON and KELVIN CHAN, AP Business Writers
UPDATE 3-North Dakota posts surprising jump in oil output in March

WILLISTON, N.D., May 13- North Dakota posted a surprising jump in oil and natural gas output in March, as producers leaned on newer technologies and processes to offset a slump in commodity prices. "We scratched our heads in the month of March" as to why production increased, Lynn Helms, director of the state's Department of Mineral Resources, said during a conference...
Source: Reuters | By: Ernest Scheyder
EXCLUSIVE-Oil on fiery North Dakota train less volatile than limit

WILLISTON, N.D., May 7- Crude oil aboard a BNSF train that derailed in North Dakota on Wednesday caught fire even though it was less flammable than required by a state law that took effect last month. The oil, transported in tank cars owned by Hess Corp, had a vapor pressure of 10.83 psi, according to test results. They were tested on May 6, the day of the accident, by Intertek,...
Source: Reuters | By: Ernest Scheyder
EXCLUSIVE-Oil that caught fire on N. Dakota train was less volatile than new rules

WILLISTON, N.D., May 7- The crude oil aboard a BNSF train that derailed in central North Dakota on Wednesday caught fire even though it was less flammable than required by a new state law that took effect last month. The oil, which was being transported in tank cars owned by Hess Corp, had a vapor pressure of 10.83 psi, according to test results. They were tested on May 6, the...
Source: Reuters | By: Ernest Scheyder
Guyana says Exxon discovers oil in offshore block

GEORGETOWN, May 7- Exxon Mobil Corp has discovered oil off the coast of Guyana, the company and the South American nation's government said on Thursday, potentially inflaming a long-running territorial dispute with neighboring Venezuela. Guyana in 2013 said Venezuela's navy evicted a ship used by Texas- based Anadarko Petroleum Corp to explore for oil in the...
Source: Reuters | By: Neil Marks
EXCLUSIVE-Oil on derailed N. Dakota train was safer than new pressure rules

WILLISTON, N.D., May 7- The crude oil aboard a BNSF train that derailed in central North Dakota on Wednesday caught fire even though it was less flammable than required by a new state law that took effect last month, a government source familiar with the matter said. The oil, which was being transported in tankcars owned by Hess Corp, had a vapor pressure of 10.8 PSI,...
Source: Reuters | By: Ernest Scheyder
EXCLUSIVE-Hess-owned oil railcars involved in North Dakota derailment

WILLISTON, N.D., May 6- A BNSF train that derailed in central North Dakota on Wednesday was carrying railcars owned by Hess Corp, 10 of which caught fire and forced the evacuation of a nearby town, the oil producer told Reuters late Wednesday. Hess, the third-largest North Dakota oil producer, said BNSF is leading cleanup efforts but added it stands ready to assist.
Source: Reuters
9 'Avenger stocks' strike back with riches

Each of these stocks were down 5% or more for the year a month ago-but have rallied back and then some just in the past month. USA Today reports.
Source: USA Today | By: Matt Krantz
UPDATE 2-EOG Resources to resume fracking if oil hits $65/barrel

WILLISTON, N.D., May 4- Oil and natural gas producer EOG Resources Inc plans to begin fracking hundreds of wells in North Dakota and Texas later this year if oil prices stabilize around $65 per barrel, executives said on Monday after reporting a better-than-expected adjusted profit. Whiting Petroleum Corp said last week it would add drilling rigs to its...
Source: Reuters | By: Ernest Scheyder