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Consol Energy
14 октября, 19:32

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Ultra Petroleum, Resolute Energy, CONSOL Energy, Encana and Pioneer Energy Services

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Ultra Petroleum, Resolute Energy, CONSOL Energy, Encana and Pioneer Energy Services

14 октября, 00:32

5 Energy Stocks That Doubled in '16 - And Keep Going Up

We have identified 5 stocks that not only performed well in the first three quarters of 2016 but have excellent prospects going into the end of the year.

06 октября, 16:00

CNX Coal (CNXC) at 52-Week High on Solid Growth Initiatives

CNX Coal (CNX) hit a new 52-week high, courtesy its consistent investments in growth projects.

05 октября, 16:09

PPG Industries (PPG) Gets Naming Rights to Pittsburgh Arena

Coatings giant PPG Industries Inc. (PPG) has inked a 20-year deal with Pittsburgh Penguins to acquire naming rights for Pittsburgh's multipurpose arena with immediate effect.

05 октября, 15:46

Is CONSOL Energy (CNX) Stock a Solid Choice Right Now?

CONSOL Energy (CNX) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is a great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective.

04 октября, 16:47

CONSOL Sells Coal Assets to CNX Coal Resources for $88.8M

CONSOL Energy (CNX) has sold another 5% interest in the Pennsylvania mining complex and associated infrastructure to CNX Coal Resources LP

15 сентября, 15:39

How CONSOL Energy (CNX) Stock Stands Out in a Strong Industry

CONSOL Energy (CNX) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is in great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective.

13 сентября, 17:11

Во что инвестировать в случае победы Трампа?

Что покупать на американских рынках в случае победы на президентских выборах Дональда Трампа? Наши рекомендации. CONSOL Energy CONSOL Energy - одна из крупнейших американских угледобывающих компаний. По объему запасов угля Consol Energy занимает второе место среди угольных компаний США, ее разведанные запасы составляют порядка 4,5 млрд тонн угля, тогда как годовая добыча составляет около 67 млн тонн угля. На текущий момент капитализация Consol Energy составляет $4,14 млрд, в компании работает более 3 тыс. человек. Отметим, что добыча угля приносит компании 70% от общего объема выручки, тогда как 30% выручки приносит добыча природного газа. Основным рынком сбыта является США (96% выручки), далее Европа (3%) и Южная Америка (1%).

08 сентября, 16:41

CONSOL Energy Scales 52-Week High on Shift to Natural Gas

Shares of CONSOL Energy Inc. (CNX) scaled a new 52-week high of $19.76 in Wednesday's trading session before closing at $18.62

30 августа, 17:04

CONE Midstream (CNNX) Up to Strong Buy on Solid Results

On Aug 30, 2016, Zacks Investment Research upgraded CONE Midstream Partners LP (CNNX) to a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy).

18 августа, 00:18

King Coal Is Losing Its Lobbying Edge

WASHINGTON ― While the coal lobby is often blamed for a lot of Washington’s foot-dragging on addressing climate change, two major coal industry groups may be losing some of their clout. A new report from the environmental group Climate Investigations Center looks at recent losses in the membership of two major coal lobbies: the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) and the National Mining Association. ACCCE was once a significant player in Washington, allowing major coal companies to lobby under the banner of their self-proclaimed cleanliness. The group’s ads were everywhere when it seemed like Congress might pass legislation addressing climate change, and it spent nearly $40 million in 2008 alone. (It also got some bad press in 2009 when an ACCCE subcontractor was caught sending fake letters to House members opposing the climate bill.) The group’s controversial tactics and climate change position pushed some coalition members away. Major utilities Progress Energy and Duke Energy and the French manufacturer Alstom left at the end of 2009. But the coalition has soldiered on, dutifully blasting out statements against any and all executive action the Obama administration has taken to curb greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. While the more recent departures have gone unnoticed, they’ve been pretty significant. The Midwestern power companies Ameren and DTE Energy both quietly left ACCCE, the report notes. And Arch Coal, which filed for bankruptcy in January, is also no longer listed as a member on ACCCE’s website, nor is Consol Energy. Consol spokesman Brian Aiello said the company’s affiliate, CNX Coal Resources, now handles all relationships with coal trade associations ― and while it is a member of the National Mining Association, it is not involved in ACCCE. Those companies were once some of the biggest funders of ACCCE. According to a Greenwire report from November 2009, Arch and Consol each gave the coalition $5 million in 2008. Duke gave $2 million, while DTE, Ameren and Progress gave $1 million each. The National Mining Association has also had some big departures. The carmaker Volvo made a public split last December, calling the group’s position on policies to address climate change “quite crazy.” And the report confirms that one of the world’s largest mining companies, Anglo American, has left ― which the company attributed to both budgeting issues and its decision to move away from mining coal. The bank Wells Fargo and insurance company Zurich have also left the association. Chevron confirmed it has been out of the mining association since 2014, which spokeswoman Melissa Ritchie said coincided with the closure of Chevron’s Questa Mine. The company “no longer has active coal or mineral mining operations,” she said. The Western utility PacifiCorp also confirmed to The Huffington Post that it is no longer active in the organization. To be sure, there are still some major companies involved in ACCCE ― Southern Company, Caterpillar and Peabody Energy among them. And the National Mining Association still has dozens of members. But spending was down at both organizations last year. Bloomberg reported earlier this year that ACCCE spent 51 percent less money on lobbying in 2015 than in 2014. But ACCCE’s lobbying and political spending was already pretty low in 2014, as the new report notes ― just $1.8 million, down from a high of $11.9 million in 2011. The National Mining Association spent $4.8 million on lobbying in 2015, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, down from nearly $5.9 million in 2014 ― though its lobbying spending has been relatively consistent in the longer term. Joe Smyth, a researcher with the Climate Investigations Center, said the shift likely reflects the fact that coal groups have maintained positions on climate policies that are out of step with other major businesses, and that the coal industry overall is on the downturn. “So the coal mining industry and its lobbying efforts are increasingly isolated ― that’s why these companies are leaving coal lobby groups like the National Mining Association and ACCCE,” Smyth said. Neither ACCCE nor the National Mining Association responded to a request for comment. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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05 августа, 16:33

Natural Resource (NRP) Q2 Earnings Up Y/Y, Revenues Top

Natural Resource Partners LP (NRP) reported second-quarter 2016 adjusted earnings of $3.90 per unit, up 38.3% from the prior-year quarter.

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28 июля, 18:21

Can The Uptrend Continue for CONSOL Energy (CNX)?

Investors certainly have to be happy with CONSOL Energy Inc. (CNX) and its short term performance

26 июля, 17:59

CONSOL (CNX) Q2 Loss Wider than Expected, E&P View Up

CONSOL Energy's (CNX) adjusted loss of 21 cents per share for the second quarter of 2016 was wider than expected. The company raised its 2016 E&P production guidance.

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26 июля, 15:33

CONSOL Energy's (CNX) Q2 Loss Wider than Expected

CONSOL Energy's (CNX) second quarter loss of 21 cents is wider than expected.

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22 июля, 15:57

Should You Buy CONSOL Energy (CNX) Ahead of Earnings?

CONSOL Energy (CNX) looks like an exciting pick for investors as it is poised to beat at earnings season.

21 июля, 17:14

Coal Stocks Q2 Earnings Preview: CNX, CLD, CNXC & Others

Coal producers are going to suffer once more in the second quarter, as tough competition from natural gas and stringent emission regulation continue to lower demand for coal.