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November 13, 2012
05:55 EDTDOW, DOW, SEP, SEP, DNR, DNR, ECA, ECA, APOL, APOL, LNG, LNG, CS, CS, EC, EC, SLB, SLB, HAL, HALIHS Herold to host a conference
21st Annual Pacesetters Energy Conference is being held in Washington, D.C. on November 13-14.
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October 1, 2015
07:28 EDTCSSEC Commissioner calls for increased transparency for dark pools, Reuters says
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September 30, 2015
18:28 EDTHALCourt says Interior Department lacks authority for fracking rule, WSJ reports
A federal court judge ruled that the Interior Department lacked the authority to institute a stricter rule on fracking, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing Judge Scott Skavdahl's preliminary injunction. Publicly traded companies in the space include Baker Hughes (BHI), IHS Inc. (IHS), Halliburton (HAL), Nabors Industries (NBR), and Weatherford (WFT). Reference Link
16:00 EDTDOWOptions Update; September 30, 2015
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15:02 EDTSLBSchlumberger won't buy stake in Russia's Eurasia Drilling, WSJ says
Schlumberger's $1.7B deal for a stake Russia's onshore drilling firm Eurasia Drilling has been called off after Russian authorities failed to approve the deal by Schlumberger's deadline, says the Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
12:45 EDTLNGCheniere Energy has lots of 'very solid' contracts, Icahn says
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11:39 EDTHALStocks with call strike movement; BIIB HAL
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09:59 EDTDOWActive equity options trading on open
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07:59 EDTSLBSchlumberger estimates lowered by about 20% for 2016, 2017 at UBS
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September 29, 2015
16:00 EDTDOWOptions Update; September 29, 2015
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08:40 EDTLNGCheniere Energy price target lowered to $65 from $73 at Goldman
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06:19 EDTLNGIcahn a little longer than short the market, CNBC reports
Carl Icahn is positioned as a "little longer than short" the market, CNBC's Scott Wapner reports following the release of the billionaire's "Danger Ahead" movie. Icahn is keeping as is his long position in Apple (AAPL), Wapner added. The famed investor owns Freeport McMoRan (FCX) as a play on copper prices recovering over the long term, the reported noted after speaking with Icahn on the phone. Icahn last night raised his stake in Cheniere Energy (LNG).
September 28, 2015
19:11 EDTLNGOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
HIGHER: Yahoo (YHOO), up 3.3% after the board authorized Yahoo to continue to pursue the Aabaco spin-off plan... Cheniere Energy (LNG), up 0.67% after Carl Icahn raised his stake in the company to 11.43%... Republic Airways (RJET), up 7.4% after the company was upgraded to Buy from Hold at Deutsche Bank... Exelon (EXC) and Pepco (POM), higher by 1% and 2.4%, respectively, after the DC Mayor's office released a statement confirming discussions of a settlement agreement with the companies. LOWER AFTER EARNINGS: SYNNEX (SNX), down 2.7% after the company reported Q3 results, gave Q4 guidance, and raised its quarterly dividend. ALSO LOWER: Zosano (ZSAN), down 52.5% after it discontinued development of its Daily ZP-PTH treatment for severe osteoporosis and terminated a collaboration agreement with Eli Lilly (LLY)... OvaScience (OVAS), down 15.9% after the company announced it doesn't expect to meet its previous 2015 goal of 1,000 Augment treatment cycles.
17:16 EDTLNGCarl Icahn raises stake in Cheniere Energy to 11.43% from 9.59%
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16:37 EDTLNGLone Pine Capital reports 5.2% passive stake in Cheniere Energy
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16:36 EDTLNGGreat Lakes Dredge awarded contract with Corpus Christi Liquefaction
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15:15 EDTCSCredit Suisse to pay $4.25M over deficient blue sheet submissions
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12:39 EDTDOWHuntsman plunges after warning of continued headwinds
Shares of chemical maker Huntsman (HUN) are plunging after warning that headwinds would impact its third quarter earnings. WHAT'S NEW: After the close on Friday, Huntsman warned that certain trends are expected to impact Q3 earnings. Trends expected to impact its earnings include lower titanium dioxide selling prices amid continued foreign currency headwinds, the company said. The company also noted continued soft demand in the Asia Pacific region. Huntsman said it also sees lower MTBE, or methyl tertiary butyl ether, margins as a result of lower oil prices and forecast continued lower MDI urethane component product margins in the Asia Pacific region. Peter Huntsman, the company's chief executive officer, said the company is "optimistic about the future" despite seeing headwinds in the short term. "Lower raw material prices impacted demand and margins in Q3, thus the accounting benefits will be delayed into the fourth quarter," added Huntsman. The company is anticipating fourth quarter adjusted EBITDA similar to Q3 at about $300M, similar to last year's level. The company is committed to a separation of the Pigments and Additives business by the end of 2016 or sooner. WHAT'S NOTABLE: On August 17, Goldman Sachs removed Huntsman from its Conviction Buy List and said investors remain skeptical on value proposition and free cash flow generation that could strengthen the balance sheet is likely several quarters away. The firm continued to rate shares a Buy with a $26 price target. PRICE ACTION: In midday trading, shares of Huntsman are down 23.08% to $10.70. OTHERS TO WATCH: Other chemical companies are trading lower, including Chemours (CC), which is down 7.8%, Kronos Worldwide (KRO), down 1.62%, Dow Chemical (DOW), falling 3.94% and DuPont (DD), down 2.06%%.
10:37 EDTHALAnalysts sees upside for Halliburton as Baker Hughes deal moves forward
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06:48 EDTHALHalliburton and Baker Hughes announce additional divestiture proposals
Halliburton (HAL) and Baker Hughes (BHI) announced that the companies will market for sale additional businesses in connection with Halliburton's pending acquisition of Baker Hughes. Pursuant to the Merger Agreement, and in order to permit completion of Halliburton's acquisition of Baker Hughes, the following additional businesses are intended to be divested: Halliburton's expandable liner hangers business, which is part of the company's Completion & Production Division; Baker Hughes' core completions business, which includes: packers, flow control tools, subsurface safety systems, intelligent well systems, permanent monitoring, sand control tools and sand control screens; the Baker Hughes sand control business in the Gulf of Mexico, including two pressure pumping vessels; and Baker Hughes' offshore cementing businesses in Australia, Brazil, the Gulf of Mexico, Norway, and the United Kingdom. The combined 2013 revenue associated with all of the businesses intended to be divested was approximately $5.2B. The sale of these businesses will be subject to the negotiation of acceptable terms and conditions for the divestitures, the approval of the divesting company's board, and final approval of the Baker Hughes acquisition by competition enforcement authorities. Halliburton anticipates that the companies will complete the sales of these businesses in the same timeframe as, and the closing of the divestitures would be conditioned on, the closing of the pending Baker Hughes acquisition.
September 25, 2015
12:04 EDTCSGlencore taps banks to help sell grains business, Bloomberg reports
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