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January 7, 2014
08:04 EDTSXCSunCoke Energy sees Q4 domestic coke production down 26,000 tons y/y
SunCoke Energy reported 4Q3 domestic coke production is expected to be 1,056 thousand tons, down an estimated 26 thousand tons versus the same prior year period. FY coke 2013 production is expected to be 4,269 thousand tons, down approximately 73 thousand tons compared to 2012. The change in both periods reflects the significant refurbishment underway at our Indiana Harbor cokemaking facility, which resulted in lower production at this facility of 39 thousand tons and 106 thousand tons in the quarter and year, respectively. Offsetting this was higher production at our Jewell cokemaking facility in the quarter and higher production at Jewell, Middletown and Haverhill in the year. Domestic capacity utilization in Q4 and FY13 is estimated to be 99% and 101%, respectively, as compared to 101% and 102% in the same respective prior year periods.
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April 23, 2014
16:20 EDTSXCSunCoke Energy sees FY14 domestic coke production about 4.2M tons
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16:19 EDTSXCSunCoke Energy enters contribution agreement with SunCoke Energy Partners
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16:17 EDTSXCSunCoke Energy lowers FY14 EPS view to 8c-33c from 35c-60c
FY14 consensus 41c. Cites weak Q1 results.
16:16 EDTSXCSunCoke Energy lowers FY14 adjusted EBITDA view to $220M-$240M
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16:15 EDTSXCSunCoke Energy reports Q1 EPS (11c), may not compare to consensus (1c)
Reports Q1 revenue $359.6M, consensus $364.97M.
April 11, 2014
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