Consol Energy
26 марта 2018, 00:00

Scott Pruitt's Dirty Politics

Margaret Talbot, The New YorkerOne afternoon last April, Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, travelled to the Harvey Mine, in Sycamore, Pennsylvania, to declare that the agency had a new direction, which he called “Back to Basics.” It was an unusual place for the nation’s chief steward of clean air, land, and water to set out a policy agenda. Consol Energy, the owner of the Harvey facility, which is part of the largest underground coal-mining complex in North America, has been fined repeatedly by the E.P.A. for violations; in 2016, it had to pay three million dollars...

15 февраля 2018, 15:23

Arch Coal (ARCH) Beats on Q4 Earnings, Issues 2018 Guidance

Arch Coal (ARCH) surpassed fourth quarter earnings estimates and is poised to gain from positive fundamentals in international coking and thermal coal markets.

14 февраля 2018, 02:10

Caught On Tape: Security Drags Woman From Hearing For Exposing Big Oil Funding Politicians

Authored by Annabelle Bamforth via, A West Virginia resident and House of Delegates candidate was physically removed from a public hearing at the West Virginia House of Delegates shortly after she began reading a list of donations made to delegates by the energy industry, during discussion of a bill aimed at easing restrictions on gas and oil-related drilling on private land. Lissa Lucas, Democratic candidate for District 7 of the West Virginia House of Delegates, appeared at the state capitol to testify regarding House Bill 4268, “which would allow a majority of 75 percent of owners or heirs of a single piece of property to determine whether the property could be developed for oil or gas production” according to WVNews. Lucas claimed that those speaking in favor of the bill and some voting on the bill were being paid by “the industry.” “I have to keep this short because the public only gets a minute and 45 seconds while lobbyists can throw a gala at the Marriott with whiskey and wine and talk for hours to the delegates,” Lucas said. She went on to list oil and gas donations that have been made to members of the House Judiciary Committee— which included Committee chairman John Shott, who quickly opposed Lucas’ listing of names. “John Shott. First Energy $2,000. Appalachian Power $2,000. Steptoe & Johnson—that’s a gas and oil law firm—$2,000. Consol Energy $1,000. EQT $1,000. And I could go on,” Lucas said. Shott then said, “Miss Lucas, we ask that no personal comments be made?” “This is not a personal comment,” Lucas responded. “It is a personal comment and I am going to call you out of order if you are talking about individuals on the committee,” Shott told Lucas. “If you would, just address the bill. If not, I would ask you to just step down.” She went on to name Delegate Jason Harshbarger, who is employed by Dominion Energy Transmission, and claimed that 40 percent of his contributions “comes from the oil and natural gas industry” as the microphone she was using was cut off. As she continued to press to continue speaking, she could be seen on video being physically led out by two men. *  *  * After the incident, Lucas, who describes herself as someone who is “disgusted with money in politics,” wrote on her website: “As I tried to give my remarks at the public hearing this morning on HB4268 in defense of our constitutional property rights, I got dragged out of House chambers. Why? Because I was listing out who has been donating to Delegates on the Judiciary Committee. This is, of course, public information. Allow me to point out that if Delegates genuinely think that my talking about who their campaign donors are—and how much they’re receiving from corporate lobbyists/corporate PACs—is an ad hominem attack… then they should be refusing those donations. Yeah, refuse any donation that, if someone mentions it, makes you feel personally attacked. Because that’s not an attack. That’s guilt. And you SHOULD be feeling that. Let that guilt about who you’re really working for inform your votes; don’t let the corporate money do it.” An amended version of HB4268 went on to be approved by the committee and is set to move on to the House and state Senate for a vote; an amendment that was included was one “that would allow non-consenting owners to go to the state Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to make sure they’re getting the same deal as consenting owners.”

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31 января 2018, 17:13

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Arch Coal, Cloud Peak Energy, CONSOL Energy and Contura Energy

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Arch Coal, Cloud Peak Energy, CONSOL Energy and Contura Energy

31 января 2018, 00:09

Factors Keeping the Coal Industry Alive

Factors Keeping the Coal Industry Alive

02 декабря 2017, 01:52

What Does CNX Resources (CNX) Stock Offer to Investors?

CNX Resources Corporation (CNX) have enough tailwinds to come out strong performances going forward.

01 декабря 2017, 01:20

CNX Resources, CONSOL Energy Begin to Trade Post Spin-Off

The spin-off of CONSOL Energy has resulted in formation of a natural gas focused company CNX Resources Corporation (CNX) and a coal focused company CONSOL Energy (CEIX).

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30 ноября 2017, 16:08

Consol Energy started at buy with $32 stock price target at Stifel Nicolaus

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02 ноября 2017, 15:34

Arch Coal (ARCH) Beats Q3 Earnings, Thermal Coal Guidance Up

Arch Coal (ARCH) was able to surpass third-quarter earnings estimates primarily due to strong contribution from its Powder River Basin segment.

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01 ноября 2017, 20:53

Consol to be split into coal, gas firms

Consol Energy Inc., Pittsburgh, will be split into a coal company and a natural gas exploration and production company focused on the Marcellus and Utica shale plays of the Appalachian basin.

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31 октября 2017, 17:34

CONSOL (CNX) Misses Q3 Earnings Estimates, Revenues Top

CONSOL Energy (CNX) missed third-quarter earnings but continues to benefit from natural gas focus.

31 октября 2017, 15:40

CONSOL (CNX) Lags Q3 Earnings Estimates, Revenues Beat

CONSOL Energy's (CNX) third quarter revenues surpassed Zacks Consensus Estimate. However, reported loss was much wider than expected.

27 октября 2017, 23:33

All-Around Strength in Q3 Earnings Season

All-Around Strength in Q3 Earnings Season

26 октября 2017, 13:55

What to Expect From CONSOL Energy (CNX) in Q3 Earnings?

The expected drop in natural gas prices are going to impact third-quarter earnings of CONSOL Energy (CNX).

04 октября 2017, 17:08

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Arch Coal, CONSOL Energy, CNX Coal Resources and Alliance Resource Partners

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Arch Coal, CONSOL Energy, CNX Coal Resources and Alliance Resource Partners

03 октября 2017, 22:36

Factors Driving the Coal Industry Forward

Factors Driving the Coal Industry Forward

11 сентября 2017, 12:05

Why Is CONSOL Energy (CNX) Down 8.1% Since the Last Earnings Report?

CONSOL Energy (CNX) reported earnings more than a month ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.