Energy

The Energy sector consists of companies involved in the exploration, production, or management of energy resources such as oil, gas, and coal, as well as companies that service these industries.

All Energy investments from Fidelity

Our selection of sector- and industry-level mutual funds can help you gain the exposure you're looking for. We also offer sector mutual funds and sector ETFs from other leading asset managers.

Sector mutual fund Fidelity Select Energy Portfolio (FSENX)
Sector ETF Fidelity MSCI Energy Index ETF (FENY)
Industry-targeted mutual funds Fidelity Select Energy Service Portfolio (FSESX)
Fidelity Select Natural Gas Portfolio (FSNGX)
Fidelity Select Natural Resources Portfolio (FNARX)

Research Energy at Fidelity

Our in-depth research can help you better understand the industries and companies that make up this sector, with timely performance data and powerful stock, mutual fund, and ETF screeners.

Companies in this sector*

  • Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM)
  • Chevron Corp. (CVX)
  • Schlumberger NV (SLB)
  • ConocoPhillips (COP)
  • Occidental Petroleum Corporation (OXY)

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Fidelity Viewpoints®

Our Viewpoints articles provide perspective from Fidelity on the markets and economy, investing, and personal finance.

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  • Energy stocks: What's next?

    Why oil prices may rise, which companies may benefit, and what the election may mean for the sector.
  • Stock stars

    Independent research firm S&P Capital IQ suggests tilting toward stocks with rising relative strength.
  • Viewpoints 5: market themes

    Housing-related investments, telecom, technology, and gold may present investing opportunities.

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