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Coal is basically just a rock, but that doesn't mean you can let it sit around forever before using it -- particularly for higher quality metallurgical varieties.
CONSOL's CEO recently talked about the future of energy in the United States, and he sees coal playing a big part.
Countries around the world are deciding that being environmental stewards isn't as easy as it sounds -- and they're continuing to rely on energy sources that aren't so Earth-friendly.
Cloud Peak Energy, Alpha Natural Resources, and Alliance Natural Resources may be saying that a turnaround in coal is coming, but you can't tell by the actions they are taking.
Coal Industry Stock Outlook - Nov 2013 - Industry Outlook
Coal Industry Stock Outlook - Nov 2013 - Zacks Analyst Interviews
Although there are signs the coal industry has seen the worst, it's hard to recommend Cloud Peak Energy's stock.
With the coal market still trying to work out the issue of slumping demand and increasing pressure from natural gas, some companies are more fit to weather the storm than others.
Westshore Terminals isn't seeing a slowdown in demand for exported coal, expecting port throughput to increase by about 15% this year—That's good for Westshore, but is it a good sign for the coal industry?
Speaking to college students, CONSOL Energy's CEO noted that, despite the negative image of coal right now, he believes the industry will be OK over the long term.
Discontinued operations at idle mines have consumed any earnings Peabody Energy, Arch Coal, and Alpha Natural Resources may have made these past couple quarters. How long until these companies can kill these undead mines?
Cloud Peak Energy and the Crow Tribe recently awarded over $65,000 in scholarships to students from the Crow Tribe who are pursuing higher education. Cloud Peak Energy will fund college and vocational scholarships annually, beginning with the 2013-2014 academic year, as part of the Option to Lease Agreement and Exploration Agreement reached earlier this year between the Crow Tribe of Indians and Big ...
Cloud Peak Energy is looking to expand its reach in Asia beyond its South Korean stronghold—Japan, which is still struggling with nuclear issues that have stymied the uranium market, is its next target.