Energy Recap: The Latest Bakken Update; Have U.S. Crude Stocks Peaked?

by: SA Editor Michelle Carini

Summary

Every other Friday, Seeking Alpha will provide a roundup of insightful opinion and analysis articles in the energy sector.

In this edition, we spotlight articles on Enviva Partners, Chesapeake, and Rex Energy.

If you'd like to contribute to the energy conversation on Seeking Alpha, you can leave a comment below or submit your own article.

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Now, let's get to the articles...

Energy Articles of Note

"Bakken Update: This Isn't The 1985 Oil Glut, Don't Expect A 20-Year Bear Market" By Michael Filloon

"U.S. Crude Stocks Have Likely Peaked After Crude Price Collapse" By Robert Boslego

"Enviva Partners' Wood Pellets Are Powering Europe - And Shareholder Returns" By Michael Fitzsimmons

"Chesapeake Tames Energy Transfer's Tiger (Pipeline)" By East Daley Captial Advisors

"Rex Energy - The 8.875% Senior Notes Appear To Have Some Speculative Appeal" By Frank Hacklander, CFA

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