Every quarter, investors and firms with more than $100 million have to file the Form 13F, which details equities they recently bought or sold. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway filed its report, showing that the Oracle moved away from tech bellwether Intel and picked up a few stellar energy companies in National Oilwell Varco and recently-spun-off Philips 66. Watch the video below for more information on these great energy companies, as well as some reasons why Buffettfinds them attractive.
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