As cash flow flattens, major energy companies increase debt, sell assets

Cash from operations for major energy companies has flattened in line with flat crude oil prices, which have had the lowest price volatility in years. Based on data compiled from quarterly reports, for the year ending March 31, 2014, cash from operations for 127 major oil and gas companies totaled $568 billion and major uses of cash totaled $677 billion, a difference of almost $110 billion.

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