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Jim Cramer is the host of CNBC's Mad Money and the chairman of TheStreet.com. Nearly 250,000 people watch his show daily on TV, and most of these are ordinary investors trying to understand what’s going on in the market. Cramer’s bullish and bearish stock picks on his show are the starting point for many investments made by these folks.

We compiled the list of energy stocks that have been recommended on Mad Money during the last 30 days. These 24 stocks returned 28.9% (including dividends) during the past 12 months. (The market data is sourced from Finviz)

Stock

No. Of Times Picked

Market

P/E

Dividend Yield

Cap

Chesapeake Energy (CHK)

6

19.2

25.1

1.20%

Carrizo Oil & Gas (CRZO)

4

1.1

N/A

0.00%

Schlumberger (SLB)

3

104.8

19.12

1.29%

ConocoPhillips (COP)

3

88.6

8.13

4.09%

Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD)

3

8.9

32.96

0.11%

Kinder Morgan En Part (KMP)

2

22.8

119.34

6.65%

Energy Transfer Partners (ETP)

2

9.7

27.61

7.99%

Core Labs (CLB)

2

4.7

133.08

1.00%

MarkWest Energy Pa (MWE)

2

3.5

N/A

6.30%

Chevron (CVX)

1

187.1

8.16

3.34%

Enterprise Products Partn (EPD)

1

34.6

30.86

5.94%

Devon Energy (DVN)

1

28.6

20.16

0.99%

Baker Hughes (BHI)

1

26.5

20.26

0.0099

EOG Resources (EOG)

1

24.4

59

0.70%

Enbridge (ENB)

1

23.7

31.52

3.34%

Marathon Oil (MRO)

1

18.1

7.3

2.36%

Weatherford International (WFT)

1

12.6

73.35

0.00%

Continental Resources (CLR)

1

9.5

107.06

0.00%

Ensco International (ESV)

1

6.3

13.86

3.20%

Linn Energy (LINE)

1

6.3

N/A

7.76%

Buckeye Partners (BPL)

1

5.7

26.25

6.57%

SM Energy (SM)

1

4.7

30.79

0.14%

Copano Energy (CPNO)

1

2.1

N/A

7.20%

Cheniere Energy (LNG)

1

0.4

N/A

0.00%

Chesapeake Energy: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of CHK six times during the last month. CHK recently traded at $29.12 and has a 1.2% dividend yield. CHK lost 14.7% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $19.2 billion and P/E ratio of 25.1. Natural gas producers know that they will benefit significantly if the demand for natural gas increases. That’s why Aubrey K. McClendon’s Chesapeake Energy is investing $150 Million in Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (CLNE), the maker of natural-gas fueling stations, over three years. CLNE increased 30% during the second week of July because of that decision. T. Boone Pickens' second largest position in his portfolio is Chesapeake Energy. He didn’t buy or sell any shares in CHK during the first quarter. Robert Pohly’s Samlyn Capital and Curtis Macnguyen’s Ivory Capital had large positions in CHK as well.

Carrizo Oil & Gas: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of CRZO four times during the last month. CRZO recently traded at $27.62 and lost 24.9% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $1.1 billion. During the August 3 show, the lightening round began with Cramer being asked which of these oil companies he preferred to own. Although Marathon Oil didn't have a great quarter, Cramer felt Carrizo was better to own because it is an easy takeover target. Steve Cohen's SAC Capital is the largest holder of CRZO among the 300+ hedge funds we are tracking. Unfortunately Steve Cohen lost $200 million in a single day due to the 67% decline in DNDN.

Schlumberger: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of SLB three times during the last month. SLB recently traded at $77.63 and has a 1.3% dividend yield. SLB lost 11.4% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $104.8 billion and P/E ratio of 19.12. SLB is listed as one of the top 11 energy stocks that hedge funds are buying like crazy. Thirteen hedge funds had SLB among their top 10 holdings. Hedge funds collectively own 1% of SLB’s outstanding shares. Jason Capello’s Merchants’ Gate Capital and David Stemerman’s Conatus are among the hedge funds with large SLB positions.

ConocoPhillips: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of COP three times during the last month. COP recently traded at $64.56 and has a 4.1% dividend yield. COP lost 8.6% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $88.6 billion and P/E ratio of 8.13. Fourteen hedge funds had COP among their top 10 holdings. Hedge funds collectively own 1% of COP’s outstanding shares. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire, First Eagle and D.E. Shaw had large holdings in COP at the end of March.

Pioneer Natural Resources: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of PXD three times during the last month. PXD recently traded at $76.14 and has a 0.1% dividend yield. PXD lost 14.4% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $8.9 billion and P/E ratio of 32.96.

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of KMP two times during the last month. KMP recently traded at $69.22 and has a 6.7% dividend yield. KMP lost 2.4% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $22.8 billion and P/E ratio of 119.3. Michael Messner's Seminole Capital holds the largest KMP position among the 300+ funds we are tracking.

Energy Transfer Partners: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of ETP two times during the last month. ETP recently traded at $44.73 and has a 8% dividend yield. ETP lost 5% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $9.7 billion and P/E ratio of 27.6.

Core Labs: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of CLB two times during the last month. CLB recently traded at $99.81 and has a 1% dividend yield. CLB lost 6.6% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $4.7 billion and P/E ratio of 133.

MarkWest Energy Partners: Cramer repeated his buy recommendation of MWE two times during the last month. MWE recently traded at $44.45 and has a 6.3% dividend yield. MWE lost 3.1% during the past seven days. The stock has a market cap of $3.5 billion.

Source: Jim Cramer's 24 Favorite Energy Stocks