ENERGY ADVISOR: Things Are Bad When T. Boone Pickens Is OUT of Oil Markets, but the Worst Is Over — and One Company Stands Out…

Insider Posted On Feb 11, 2016 By Byron King

Last week, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) cut the credit ratings of many leading energy companies. Victims included great names like Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Statoil, Total, EOG, Apache,
Devon, Hess, Marathon, Murphy Oil, Continental Resources, Southwestern Energy and Hunt Oil. It was, in short, an S&P ratings bloodbath. Now comes the question: Amidst the oil price and S&P ratings carnage, what company has the best prospects when oil prices eventually rise? Here’s one company that dodged the bullets…