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April 27, 2012
06:51 EDTCNX, FTI, APA, PCX, CAM, BTU, APC, CHK, AEPUtility executive: Utilities rapidly switching to natural gas, NY Times says
U.S. utilities are rapidly switching from coal to natural gas, the CEO of AEP (AEP), a major utility, told The New York Times. Reference Link
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April 21, 2015
16:07 EDTFTIFMC Technologies sees FY15 Subsea Technologies inbound awards of at least $3B
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16:06 EDTFTIFMC Technologies reports Q1 EPS 63c, consensus 59c
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15:28 EDTFTINotable companies reporting after market close
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12:57 EDTBTUPeabody CEOs request voluntary, temporary base pay cut
In a regulatory filing, Peabody announced that in light of current business conditions and to align on a personal level with the company’s ongoing cost reduction strategies, Gregory Boyce, the Chairman and CEO, and Glenn Kellow, the President and CEO-elect, requested a voluntary and temporary base salary reduction for the remainder of calendar year 2015. Following those requests, on April 21 and April 20, respectively, Peabody Energy entered into letter agreements with each of Messrs. Boyce and Kellow to temporarily reduce his base salary by 10% for the period from May 1 through December 31, 2015.
11:47 EDTAEPAEP: Proposal on eliminating supermajority provisions did not pass
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11:46 EDTAEPAEP says to retire 6,600 MW of coal-fueled generating capacity in 2015, 2016
American Electric Power continues to deliver shareholder value through a long-term growth strategy focused on investment in the company's core regulated operations, according to Nicholas K. Akins, AEP's chairman, president and CEO. Akins addressed shareholders at the company's annual meeting today in Columbus, Ohio. The company plans capital investments of approximately $4.8B in its regulated transmission businesses over the next three years. AEP also started construction of its new, patented BOLD transmission line that increases the efficiency and power transport of transmission lines while also enhancing their visual appearance and reducing their physical footprint. AEP also continues to diversify its overall generation fleet. AEP will retire nearly 6,600 megawatts of coal-fueled generating capacity in 2015 and 2016 due to environmental regulations and market conditions, and will increase its use of natural gas, renewables and energy efficiency resources. Future generation investments will be focused on natural gas and renewables. AEP is currently refueling coal-fueled generating units in Kentucky and Virginia to natural gas. AEP's Indiana Michigan Power utility added 200 megawatts of wind generation to its energy mix in 2014 and recently received approval to build 16 megawatts of utility-scale solar generation.
10:09 EDTFTIHigh option volume stocks
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09:42 EDTAPCRumor: Anadarko moves off lows on renewed takeover chatter
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06:05 EDTCNXCONSOL implied volatility of 47 at upper end of index
05:56 EDTCNXStocks with implied volatility movement; CNX HPQ
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April 20, 2015
10:43 EDTCHKStocks with call strike movement; AAL CHK
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08:32 EDTAPABofA/Merrill European strategists hold an analyst/industry conference call
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April 17, 2015
18:48 EDTAPCEXCO Resources names Harold Jameson as COO, effective April 17
EXCO Resources (XCO) announced that EXCO’s Board of Directors appointed Harold Jameson as EXCO’s COO, effective April 17. Jameson most recently served as EXCO’s Vice President of Development & Production with primary responsibilities including EXCO’s horizontal shale development drilling programs in the Haynesville, Eagle Ford and Marcellus assets. Prior to joining EXCO in 2007, Jameson was employed at Anadarko Petroleum (APC) from 1991 to 2007.
14:40 EDTAPCAnadarko weighs sale of Mozambique gas assets to Exxon, Reuters reports
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12:34 EDTCAMCameron could rise 20% over next 12 months, Barron's says
Shares of Cameron, down 26% over the past nine months to around $50, could bounce back to $60 over the next year as the company benefits from well upgrades and the anticipated rebound in oil prices, Barron's reports. Reference Link
06:46 EDTBTU, CNXCourt looks poised to deny challenge to coal emissions rule, NY Times says
A federal appeals court seemed inclined to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the EPA's rule restricting carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants, The New York Times reported yesterday. Publicly traded companies in the coal space include Alliance Resource Partners (ARLP), Alpha Natural (ANR), Arch Coal (ACI), CONSOL (CNX), Cloud Peak (CLD), Peabody (BTU) and Walter Energy (WLT). Reference Link
April 15, 2015
08:58 EDTCAMOil services stocks should be bought on dips, says BMO Capital
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April 14, 2015
16:11 EDTAEPAEP Ohio extends contract with Lime Energy
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10:31 EDTCHKAELP says McClendon did not approve Chesapeake settlement
Aubrey McClendon and American Energy Partners, LP responded to the announcement by American Energy – Utica and The Energy & Minerals Group that Chesapeake Energy (CHK) has dismissed AEU and the John Doe Defendants 1-20 from the lawsuit filed by Chesapeake on February 17. The statement read, "AEU apparently chose to settle with Chesapeake before any discovery was taken, evidently for the business purpose of mitigating further damage that Chesapeake's litigation has been having on AEU's business and financing activities. AEU has the right to resolve the case in this fashion, but this resolution should not be mistaken as reflecting an informed view of the merits of Chesapeake's claims or a concession of any liability by any party to Chesapeake. Although Mr. McClendon is a director and the single largest non-institutional shareholder in AEU, he did not approve the settlement and neither he nor AELP were advised of the negotiated terms of this settlement. AELP and Mr. McClendon will continue their efforts to have the dispute arbitrated as required by Mr. McClendon's agreements with Chesapeake. As he will show in the appropriate forum, Mr. McClendon rightfully possesses an extensive array of information about more than 16,000 wells, and the related leasehold acreage and future wells, he jointly owns with Chesapeake, including land, well, title, accounting, geological, engineering, reservoir, operating, marketing, and performance information. Mr. McClendon's well-documented agreements with Chesapeake gave him the right to own and use this information for his own purposes, including sharing it with his employees, contractors, advisors, consultants and affiliated entities."
10:16 EDTCHKAmerican Energy - Utica dismissed from Chesapeake lawsuit
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